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Anthropology 

Published by Field Museum of Natural History 



New Series, No. 3 



CATALOGUE OF CHINESE 
RUBBINGS FROM 
FIELD MUSEUM 



Researched by 

HOSHIEN TCHEN \^ 

M. KENNETH STARR 



Prepared by 

ALICE K. SCHNEIDER 

Photographs by 
HERTA NEWTON 
AND FIELD MUSEUM 
DIVISION OF PHOTOGRAPHY 



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Publication 1327 



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Anthropology 

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CATALOGUE OF CHINESE 
RUBBINGS FROM 
FIELD MUSEUM 



Researched by 
HOSHIEN TCHEN 
M. KENNETH STARR 

Prepared by 

ALICE K. SCHNEIDER 

Photographs by 
HERTA NEWTON 
AND FIELD MUSEUM 
DIVISION OF PHOTOGRAPHY 



Edited by 

HARTMUT WALRAVENS 







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November 30, 1981 
Publication 1327 



This project is supported by grant 
A 30-44-100 from the National Endow- 
ment for the Arts in Washington, D.C, 
a Federal agency. 



Library of Congress Catalog No.: 80-66383 

US ISSN 0071-4739 

Copyright ©Field Museum of Natural History 1981 

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



DEDICATION 



This book is the finalization of work begun by Berthold Laufer at the turn of the 
century. For a man of his passionate ambitions, one lifetime was not enough. 



CONTENTS 

Lan-t'ing hsii Frontispiece 

Dedication v 

List of Illustrations ix 

Editor's Note xiii 

Preface xv 

Acknowledgments xxii 

The Importance of Ink-Imprints xxiv 

Rubbings in Art History xxviii 

Berthold Laufer and His Rubbings Collection xxxvii 

Guide to Reader xliii 

Explanation of Some Technical Terms xlvi 

Bibliographic References xlvii 

Catalogue 

No Date 1 

Chou (1030-221 B.C.) 12 

Ch'in (221-207 B.C.) 15 

Han (202 B.C.-A.D. 220) 17 

Liu Ch'ao (Six Dynasties) 75 

Shu Han (221-264) 77 

Wei (220-264) 78 

Wu (222-280) 81 

Hsi Chin (Western Chin, 265-317) 82 

Tung Chin (Eastern Chin, 317-420) 84 

Ch'ien Ch'in (Former Ch'in, 334-394) 86 

Pei Liang (Northern Liang, 397-439) 87 

Liu Sung (420-479) 88 

Nan-pei Ch'ao (Northern and Southern Dynasties) 89 

Ch'i (479-502) 92 

Uang (502-557) 93 

Pei Wei (Northern Wei, 386-535) 95 

Hsi Wei (Western Wei, 535-554) 114 

Tung Wei (Eastern Wei, 534-543) 115 

Pei Ch'i (Northern Ch'i, 550-577) 120 

Pei Chou (Northern Chou, 557-581) 124 

Sui (581-618) 128 

T'ang (618-906) 135 

Wu Chou (Regime of Empress Wu, 684-704) 178 

Hou Liang (Later Liang, 907-923) 180 

Hou T'ang (Later T'ang, 923-936) 181 

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Hou Chin (Later Chin, 936-947) 182 

Uao (937-1125) 183 

Sung (960-1126) 185 

Nan Sung (Southern Sung, 1127-1279) 203 

Ch'i (Puppet reign of Fu-ch 'ang/Liu Yii) 205 

Chin (Jurchen, 1115-1234) 206 

Yuan (1260-1368) 210 

Ming (1368-1644) 217 

Shala and Cheng-fu szu 273 

Ch'ing (1644-1911) 296 

Min-kuo (Republic, 1912- ) 448 

Addenda 449 

Appendix I: Rubbings not described in catalogue 453 

Appendix II: Rubbings from the Laufer collection in the American Museum 

of Natural History in New York 459 

Additions to BibUographic References 461 

Illustrations 462 

Index of Titles 598 

Index of Personal Names 624 

Index of Temples, Shrines, Monasteries, and Mosques 705 

Index of Proveniences 715 

Subject Index 734 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

E2ntry No. Notation Page 

35 One of a pair 463 

46 464 

47B Upper part 465 

54 466 

77 Detail 467 

81 One of 15 siieets 468 

81 469 

86 One of eight pages 470 

87 Liu Chiin eulogy; one page 471 

87 Cheng-chih eulogy; one page 472 

103 473 

174 Right door 474 

200 475 

208 Li collection; one page 476 

208 Laufer collection; complete 477 

245 1 478 

247 479 

270 One of 50 pages 480 

280 481 

286 Detail 482 

288 Liu collection; one of 69 pages 483 

288 Laufer collection; complete 484 

295 485 

330 486 

346 Life size (18 x 12 cm.) 487 

356 Reverse 488 

357 489 

374 490 

401 Cheng Chai collection; one page 491 

493 Obverse 492 

493 Reverse 493 

511 494 

514 495 

519 496 

569 497 

569 Center design 498 

569 Left outer stone detail 499 

577 500 



Entry No. Notation Page 

590 501 

617 Left border detaU 502 

619 503 

620 Obverse of stone 504 

620 Rubbing from reverse of stone 505 

624 Detail of upper part 506 

641 507 

658b Lower half 508 

666 509 

669 Detail 510 

676a Two of 47 pages 511 

679 Detail 512 

681 513 

691 Detail from 244841 in sheet form 514 

705 Detail from right side of 116463 515 

714 Cover stone to epitaph 516 

715 Epitaph 517 

719 Cover stone 518 

719 (Top) Rubbing epitaph; (bottom) stone epitaph and cover 519 

730 520 

747 521 

752 522 

753 523 

755 524 

755 Center detail 525 

761 Detail 526 

763 DetaU 527 

764 Detail 528 

773 Detail 529 

798 530 

800 Right half 531 

804 Detail 532 

806 Upper part 533 

813 534 

813 Lower left part 535 

814 Page 2 of text 536 

814 Page 1 of text 537 

814 Page 4 of text (see frontispiece for page 5) 538 

814 Page 3 of text 539 

815 540 

820 541 

844 542 

855 Lower half 543 

861 Upper part 544 

877 Sheet from 244884; no headstone or borders 545 

878 Upper half 546 

878 Lower half 547 

905 548 

906 549 



Eiiitry No. Notation Page 

911 550 

918 Detail of text and border design 551 

937 552 

969 553 

993 554 

995 555 

1011 One of four sheets 556 

1062 557 

1066 Detail from upper middle part 558 

1086 559 

1114 Detail from one of 10 sheets 560 

1114 Detail from one of 10 sheets 561 

1144 562 

1148 Detail 563 

1173 564 

1180 565 

1237 One of 100 pages; Han version of an armillary sphere 566 

1254 Left half 567 

1255 Left half 568 

1294 One of seven sheets 569 

1304 570 

1307 One of a pair 571 

1312 572 

1345 573 

1439 574 

1465 Upper third 575 

1477 Upper half 576 

1496 577 

1497 578 

1498 579 

1498 Detail from lower half 580 

1513 581 

1517 582 

1526 583 

1567 584 

1724 Title sheet 585 

1728 Detail 586 

1743 Detail from right side of sheet 587 

1747 588 

1782 One of four sheets 589 

1802 590 

1890 591 

1914 592 

App. 1 233528 593 

App. I 233557 594 

App. I 244318 595 

App. I 264261 596 

App. II 1869 597 



EDITOR'S NOTE 

There are few major art museums which do not possess at least a 
small collection of Chinese rubbings. Usually they are kept in 
drawers or boxes — catalogues are not available. This is in strange 
contradiction to the actual use and value of rubbings. They are im- 
portant source material for historians as they faithfully transmit 
historical inscriptions; for art historians as they reproduce more ac- 
curately the calligraphs ifa-t'ieh) of famous masters, reliefs, and 
paintings carved in stone than photography can do; and for 
historians of reUgion as they provide important information from 
churches, temples, mosques, and synagogues. For these reasons 
there are few books on Chinese art and history of Chinese culture 
which do not reproduce rubbings. They are original prints and make 
excellent illustrations owing to their high black-and-white contrast. 

One of the largest and finest collections of rubbings in the western 
world is in the possession of Field Museum of Natural History. 
When I came to Chicago in the fall of 1973 to do research on Bert- 
hold Laufer, I became very much interested in this collection, large- 
ly made by him. At that time the catalogue project had been left in 
the hands of Alice Schneider, and it was she who convinced me 
to take over the editorial work. It meant more, though, than just 
seeing a book through the press. Only the file cards and the draft 
entries were ready. The material had to be arranged; introductions, 
indices, and bibliographic references had to be compiled; romaniza- 
tion, references, and entries had to be checked; and "duplicates" 
had to be eliminated. A strong effort was made to identify the 
foreign language inscriptions and to add references in languages 
other than Chinese. 

As a large part of the work was done from my residence in Co- 
logne and then Hamburg— without direct access to file cards and 
rubbings— it was not possible, except in a few of the doubtful cases, 
to examine the original rubbings to check datings, possible recuts, 
etc. Nevertheless, every effort has been made to achieve consis- 

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tency. As the present catalogue is the first one of its kind in a 
western language, there will certainly be shortcomings. The editor 
will be very grateful for corrections and critical remarks. 

It is a pleasant duty to thank Dr. James VanStone, Curator, and 
Dr. Bennet Bronson, Associate Curator, both of the Department of 
Anthropology, Field Museum of Natural History, for their strong 
support of the project. I also wish to thank Prof. M. Weiers, Bonn 
University, for identifying a Mongolian inscription and Dr. Dieter 
Schuh, Bonn, for identifying most of the Tibetan inscriptions. 
Christoph Hoffken, Bonn, wrote the Chinese characters. For moral 
support I am most indebted to Prof. T. H. Tsien, Curator of the Far 
Eastern Library of the University of Chicago. I am grateful, too, to 
Pai Ch'i-ch'ii for her occasional assistance. The support of the Ger- 
man Research Association and the American Council of Learned 
Societies is gratefully acknowledged. This book would not exist, 
however, without the untiring efforts of Alice Schneider who actual- 
ly wrote it. 

The editor regrets that circumstances prevented him from prof- 
iting from the advice of two scholars closely connected with the 
project: Dr. Hoshien Tchen who did the research for the file cards 
and who retired in 1973 on his 80th birthday, and Dr. M. K. Starr, 
Director of the Milwaukee Public Museum, who initiated the 
catalogue many years ago and who is working on a monograph on 
Chinese rubbings. May this catalogue stimulate other museums and 
collections to publish information about their holdings of rubbings! 

Hartmut Walravens 
Hamburg, May 1977 



PREFACE 

Chinese ink rubbings are impressions on paper from low-relief or 
intaglio inscriptions and/or designs on stone (stele, pillars, cliffs, 
etc.), metal (bells, vessels, etc.), clay (pottery, brick, tile, clay seal- 
ing), bone, tortoise shells, and other hard materials. The production, 
use, and collection of rubbings have played a very significant part in 
the cultural pattern of China and some of her neighbors, especially 
Korea and Japan. In China particularly, with its strong historical 
tradition, rubbings have assumed an import£int role in the intellec- 
tual Ufe of the country. Following the invention of paper by the 
Chinese some time around A.D. 100, and before the printing of 
books from wood blocks, presumably sometime in the seventh or 
eighth century, Confucian, Buddhist, and Taoist classic texts were 
inscribed on stone for permanency and, subsequently, rubbings of 
these texts were made for scholarly and religious use. Though it is 
quite Ukely that the practice of taking rubbings of these stone texts 
occurred earlier, the earUest extant Chinese rubbings date from 
somewhere in the years between A.D. 627 and 649. 

In China the technique of making rubbings is considered quite 
special and is purely Chinese in origin. It has served as a type of 
camera for many centuries and is an ingenious and admirable one 
for it reproduces quite simply in full size every detail of the original 
surface. The technique is extremely useful and in no way damages 
the object being copied. 

The value of rubbings is complex and extensive. As scholars have 
recognized, rubbings reflect the Chinese culture in its historical, ar- 
tistic, and archaeological aspects. They provide historically authen- 
tic information when the existence of a written record on the subject 
is controversial or erroneous. In such a situation a rubbing can be 
the sole reliable source of information. For example, consider the 
tombstone inscription to Prince Lu (1618-1662). The tombstone text 
stated that Prince Lu died in the 11th lunar month of Yung-li 
16th year (1662) at Chin-men Island. The cause of his death was 



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given as asthma. But according to official records from San fan chi 
shi pen mo^ -:'J i!t2.^^^by Yang Lu-jung f^?^^ of Ch'ing 
dynasty, Prince Lu's death was attributed to drowning which was 
maneuvered by Cheng Ch'eng-kung ^p ;^ :x^ (1623-1662). On the 
other hand, the text of this tombstone inscription attributed Prince 
Lu's death to natural causes. Since it is known that Cheng Ch'eng- 
kung died six months before the death recorded on Prince Lu's 
tombstone, the allegation concerning Cheng Ch'eng-kung in the of- 
ficial record is completely false (see entry 1144). 

Rubbings are valuable for the study of the etymology and the 
origin and development of Chinese characters, and of the evolution 
of the various styles of calligraphy from ancient script to the style 
still used in the present day. Rubbings are also useful in the study of 
the life and customs of Chinese philosophy, moral principles, and 
the beliefs and religious thoughts of the ancient Chinese. For exam- 
ple, the tomb-decoration stone reliefs of the Latter Han period (A.D. 
2-220), the most famous of which are the rubbings of Wu Liang Tz'ii 
in Shantung Province, and the tomb relief materials found in 
Ssiich'uan Province demonstrate the various activities of the people 
in different occupations. 

According to the traditional Chinese conception, the rubbings are 
valuable objects of literary and aesthetic interest from the educa- 
tional point of view. Students can study them and collectors can ad- 
mire them. In addition, the rubbings reveal the original object upon 
which the skilled craftsman carefully engraved the characters, pic- 
tures, and/or decorated motif. Each of the original objects can be an 
almost perfect piece, forming a harmonious co-operative effort be- 
tween scholars, calligraphers, artists, and craftsmen. As one of the 
wonders of world religious art, the most important sculpture and in- 
scription works are those cut in Rock Mountain in Lung-men at Lo- 
yang, Honan Province (dating A.D. 424-978). The original inscrip- 
tions from which the rubbings were made are masterpieces, prized 
world treasures. 

The Chinese ink rubbings in the East Asian anthropological col- 
lection of Field Museum total almost 3,000 titles of subjects, com- 
prising some 4,000 sheets or items. Most of these rubbings were col- 
lected by the late Dr. Berthold Laufer (1874-1934), former Chief 
Curator of the Department of Anthropology, but during my time in 
the Museum under Dr. Kenneth Starr's curatorship, the collection 
was enriched by some important additions, notably the rubbings 



taken from reliefs of the Han period (207 B.C. to A.D. 220 from Ssii- 
chuan province, a gift of the late Dr. David C. Graham. In addition, 
a number of new valuable acquisitions from Taiwan have enlarged 
the collection. At present, the Field Museum collection is most like- 
ly one of the largest and most comprehensive in the western world. 
Most are dated to the latter Ch'ing dynasty, but a few rare rubbings 
are dated to the Sung (960-1278) and Ming (1368-1644) periods. One 
of the rarest rubbings which I recommended for acquisition, is the 
precious coUection of the "Fifty-second of 100 (re-cut stone) rub- 
bings of Lan-t'ing hsii, written by Wang Hsi-chih (A.D. 321-379) 
from Yu Szu's collection of the Sung dynasty" (entry 814). This 
is a truly unique item. As noted in 1960 by the late Professor Li 
Tsung-t ' ung -^^.li^ this Sung rubbing was owned successively by 
such famous collectors as Yu Szu -'^ ^xa (southern Sung dynasty), 
Prince Chin ^ ^ (Ming dynasty). Prince Ch'eng i^lJL^ (Yung- 
hsing^si 1752-1823), and Ch'enChieh-Ch'i ?^^^^ 

(1813-1884). The rubbings show a great number of seals and col- 
ophons of well-known collectors and scholars from Sung to Ch'ing 
dynasties, indicating their critical comments and enjoyment of the 
items. The best notes were handwritten by Weng Fang-kang 
'^^*i^ (1799-1873) and by Ho Shao-chi ^^?^^ (1733-1873), 
both outstanding calUgraphers and scholars of the Ch'ing dynasty. 

The rubbings in the Field Museum collection can be divided 
broadly into two categories: one group is derived from thepei a^^ 
and the other from the t'ieh <f^ . The pei is a large stone stele on 
which appeared the inscription or design. Originally it was used for 
the record of an important event or a tombstone remembrance, but 
subsequently the stele cut was expanded and used for every 
memorial event. Even the Confucian classics were cut on stone, as 
well as the Buddhist classics and votive inscriptions, official 
records, etc. However, in this category, usually the inscriptions are 
models of the literary composition as well as of calligraphy. 
However, the author of the text and the calligrapher are not 
necessarily the same person. 

The t'ieh is cut on the stone slabs or on woodblocks from fac- 
simiUes of model calligraphy. It was used for copy practice by 
students or collected by admirers. In this category, usually the text 
is composed and written by the calligrapher in the form of a letter, 
poem, or note. The important point is that the engraved stone slabs 
or wood blocks are permanently preserved for admirers and 
students of calligraphy. These are the so-called fa-t'ieh, or examples 



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of calligraphy. The Museum possesses a large collection of fa-t 'ieh 
of fine qu£ility from the Sung to Ch 'ing dynasties. 

The Museum's large collection of Chinese ink rubbings is well 
selected and demonstrates the collector's great interest in their 
value. In this regard I must pay highest homage to Dr. Laufer, a 
great Sinologue whose knowledge of Chinese culture is exceptional- 
ly remarkable. The subjects of the collection are varied, numerous, 
and complex and refer to the historical, philosophical, geographical, 
poUtical, militaristic, racial, economical, cultural, Uterary, artistic, 
biographical, mythological, legendary, and religious phases of 
Chinese history. The languages on the rubbings include Chinese, 
Manchu, Mongolian, Tibetan, Arabic, Sanskrit, Latin, Tangut, and 
Japanese. 

The dates of the original objects from which rubbings were taken 
range from the pre-Christian to the present century. These include, 
for example, the set of stone drums inscription, traditionally dated 
827-781 B.C. (entry 77); the Ch'iin-ch'en shang shou k'o-shih 
^ g J: # t' j ^dated 158 B.C. (entries 82 and 208); the Ch'in T'ai-shan 
ts 'an-tzu ^^'^^ "9 dated 209 B.C. (see entry 82); and the recent 
inscriptions such as Wu-wang tsai Chii -^^^ % dated 1952 (entry 
1 992), and Shih-men shui-k ' u chi-nien pei la Pi ^Y-^ ?'2. % -s^ dated 
1964 (entry 1993), which refers to the completion of the Shih-men 
Reservoir project in Taiwan. 

In regard to the area represented, the rubbings reflect most of the 
provinces of China. Those from Shantung Province include a 
number of rubbings taken from the Han stone in the Confucius 
Temple at Ch'ii-fu and at Chi-ning Chou; a complete set of rubbings 
referring to Wu Liang offering shrine, from Han stone at Chia- 
hsiang hsien; and several beautiful rubbings from the Han shrine at 
Hsiao-t'ang shan. Those from the Ssiich'uan province include a 
great number of rubbings taken from the tomb relief of the Han pe- 
riod (207 B.C.-A.D. 220). Outstanding among them is a series which 
gives an unusually fine representation of the typical regional culture 
of this area in west China, and is of particular cultural and aesthetic 
significance. 

From the Shensi Province, the Museum possesses a great collec- 
tion of rubbings from stone stelae assembled in the famous Pei-lin 
^% "f^ , a forest of stone tablets located at the Confucius Temple in 
the historically important city of Hsi-an. The Pei-lin is a real 
museum of stone stelae that was established in the Yiian-yu reign 



six 

(1086-1093) of Sung djniasty. The innumerable stone stelae, dated 
from ancient time and most from the T'ang (618-907) to Ch'ing 
dynasties, bear the inscriptions of model calligraphy as well as 
literary compositions. Stones of historical importance, such as the 
Confucian classics, Nestorian inscription, dated A.D. 781 (entry 
694), Hua-i t'u ^k^ dated 1137 (entry 820), Yii chi t'u $>if^ , 
dated 1137 (entry 821), and Ch'un-huapi ko fa-t'ieh -; J-^t.^^ ^ -^f*. 
recut stone dated 1646 (entries 1324-1431) are also found here. 

Further, the Museum possesses a rich collection of rubbings with 
Buddhist inscriptions from most provinces of China. Particularly 
notable from the stones of Peking are those translated into Chinese 
at Hsi-yii Temple S>fii^ (entry 491) and in Sanskrit and Tibetan 
at Wu-t'a Temple ^^^ (entry 57). Other important inscriptions 
are from the Lamaist Temples in Peking and Jehol (entries 
1612-1671). 

Rubbings of Buddhist sculpture and inscriptions found in Lung- 
men, at Lo-yang, Honan Province, dating A.D. 424-907 are also 
represented. These are well known throughout the world, for they 
reflect the great Buddhist influence in China. 

A large number of important rubbings are taken from stone in- 
scriptions concerning Taoism, especiaUy from the Pai-5ain-kuan 
t)$^i (Taoist monastery in Peking), dating from Ming 
(1368-1644) and Ch'ing (1644-1911) dynasties, as well as those from 
Chung-nan shan ff^i^^ in Chou-chi district ^^-If. , Shensi 
Province. 

Also represented are rubbings with Islamic inscriptions which are 
written in Chinese and Arabic, from the original stones found in 
Peking, and in Shensi, Honan, and Kuangtung Provinces dating 
back to the T'ang Dynasty (618-907), when Islam first entered 
China, and through the Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1911). 

Included in the collection are rubbings taken from Judaic stone 
inscriptions from K'ai-feng, Honan Province, dated 1489, 1512, and 
1679. 

More than 100 rubbings from Peking contain Roman Catholic in- 
scriptions, including grave tablet inscriptions erected to Catholic 
priests buried in Peking. These inscriptions, which were cut in 
matching Latin and Chinese, are valuable for the study of cultural 
exchange between Europe and China during the late Ming 
(1368-1643) and the Ch'ing (1644-1911) dynasties (entries 
1146-1236). 



I was appointed Technical Advisor to the Field Museum Library 
in 1954. My responsibilities involved the preparation of a 
preliminary catalogue of the East Asian collection of books in Orien- 
tal languages, especially the ones in Chinese. The project was 
initiated by Dr. M. Kenneth Starr, former Curator, Asiatic Ar- 
chaeology and Ethnology. While working on this project, I 
discovered an extensive and valuable collection of fine Chinese ink 
rubbings in the storage room of the Department of Anthropology, 
where they were dispersed and neglected. 

At the end of the year 1958, when I became Consultant on East 
Asian Collections of the Department of Anthropology at the 
Museum, I was assigned to assist Dr. Starr on the preparation of a 
rubbings catalogue. The primordial work of cataloging rubbings in- 
cluded orderly assembling, disinfection, numbering, repairing, and 
cleaning. In fact, the real catalogue work was not started until 1961. 
The preliminary work, however, was essential. My responsibility in- 
volved filling out the rubbings catalogue data on a large card, which 
provides the following information: 1) provenience of object, 2) date, 
3) type, 4) subject, 5) language, 6) title, 7) the name of the author's 
statement, 8) description of content, 9) name of calligrapher, 10) 
style of calligraphy, 11) description of design, 12) names of artist 
and engraver, 13) characteristics of rubbing (under this category 
also (a.) date of edition, (b.) supplemental data), 14) catalogue 
number, 15) form of rubbing, 16) dimensions of rubbing, 17) pub- 
lished information on object or rubbing, and other data. 

This highly specialized work involved extensive and diverse 
research. On each catalogue card is written the title of the object, 
transliteration (the Wade-Giles system of romanization has been 
generally followed), original title in Chinese, translation of the title 
in English, summary of the contents of the inscription, identifica- 
tion of the pictorial elements, and the courtesy name ( $ ), 
literary name (hao f/^ ), alternative names, and official name 
(ming 4 ) of the author. It was necessary to record the author's of- 
ficial name on the catalogue for reference, and to indicate the years 
of birth and death, if possible. 

Many original objects often date back to more than 1,000 years 
with re-cut stone (copies) erected in successive dynasties. As a 
result, there are often different dates as well as places. Thus the 
study of the original object, the date and name of the engraver are 
necessary for proper identification. Finally, a card is appended with 



the description and identification of bibliographic references to 
books in Oriental and western languages. 

The basic purpose of the Chinese rubbings cataloging project is to 
bring the information to the public. Understandably, the project 
has encountered special problems. It required teamwork more than 
individual effort. Despite the shortage of many reference books 
related to rubbings, the project was completed in 1972, according to 
plan. This project, I believe, is the first extensive catalogue on 
Chinese ink rubbings written in the EngUsh language. It provides 
an opportunity for the public to appreciate this rich collection and 
offers a research tool for scholars and students in Chinese studies. 

I am deeply grateful to my dear friend. Prof. Tsuen-hsiun Tsien 
for his continuous interest in the East Asian Collection of the 
Museum. He aided me with great enthusiasm from the beginning of 
this project to its completion, and gave unstintingly of his time. His 
counseling was invaluable. 

I wish to pay high regards to Dr. Starr, who conceived the rub- 
bings project and provided excellent support and encouragement. 

In 1965 I began receiving the valuable volunteer assistance of 
Alice K. Schneider, who edited and typed the catalogue cards and 
filed the entire collection of delicate rubbings. In the middle of 1972 
when I concentrated my efforts to accelerate the completion of the 
project, my wife, Chao Lin-Sie, offered her help as a volunteer to 
assist me. She carefully checked the details on each of the final 
cards. I am grateful to her for her efforts. 

Princeton, New Jersey HOSHIEN TCHEN 

September 1976 ?^ ^o ^ 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Having had the honor of receiving so many scholarly writings for 
this catalogue, it is only left for me to show my appreciation to 
those persons who contributed so much: 

To Peter J. Gayford, Zelda Hauser, Zofia Jastrzebska, David 
Keene, Henry Moy, Janet Musikantow, Robert Osborne, Chao Lin- 
sie Tchen, and Paulette Landis, all of who either assisted me with 
the entries or indices — my heartfelt thanks. 

To T. H. Tsien for his continued encouragement. 

To E. Leland Webber and James VanStone for placing their con- 
fidence in this unprecedented undertaking. 

To Bennet Bronson for acquiring the generous grant given the 
project by the National Endowments for the Arts, and to the 
N.E.A. for that generosity. 

To Tseng Y. H. Ecke and Dr. Lothar Ledderose for their il- 
luminating introductions, and again to Mrs. Ecke for lending her 
calligraphic talents to our title page. 

To Herta Newton who took most of the plates, patiently working 
with me and the Field Museum collection of unruly rubbings for well 
over a year. Without Herta this number of illustrations would never 
have been achieved. And to John Bayalis, Ron Testa, Solomon 
Gurewitz, James H. Swartchild, Albert Shatzel, and William Lange 
who also contributed photographic skills. 

Without the gifts of all these wonderful people, the task of 
assembling this catalogue would have been impossible. 

The project would have also personally faltered many times 
without the spiritual sustenance supplied by family members and 
friends — my daughter, Jeanne Schneider McKinney, my sister, 
Bemice Gregg, and friends, Donald Collier, Helen Chandra, Ilza 
Veith, and, most unselfishly, Harrie Vanderstappan whose far- 
reaching kindnesses helped one more sheiky pilgrim through. 



Finally, I welcome the opportunity to express my gratitude for 
the scholarly abilities of our editor, Dr. Hartmut Walravens, whose 
excellent contributions made this book serviceable, and whose 
perseverance surpassed even mine. 

Appreciation is also extended to Bennet Bronson, Katharine Lee, 
and Peter J. Gayford for helping to proofread and to Patricia Wil- 
liams and Tanisse Bushman, successive Managing Editors of Sci- 
entific Publications at Field Museum, for their patient co-operation. 

Altogether, it took Dr. Hoshien Tchen and me seven yeeu-s to 
research, translate, edit, and type well over 2,000 file cards, a pro- 
ject formulated by Dr. M. Kenneth Steirr, former Curator, East 
Asiatic Archaeology and Ethnology. Our joint work benefitted from 
a previous catalogue compiled by Rose G. Miller and C. Y. Hu be- 
tween 1939 and 1944. Their efforts, in turn, had relied heavily upon 
the fastidious field notes made by Dr. Berthold Laufer in his per- 
sonal catalogue. Because of this foundation, it was possible for me 
to render the detailed file cards into the present entries in one year 
of full-time work. One year later, several of us had compiled the ex- 
tremely complicated indices; an additional year of editing gave us 
the time to photograph the plates. 

This has been a project of many challenges, each in turn seeming 
to diminish the previous one. The interpretations of the extremely 
deUcate translations of a vast array of subjects have been of par- 
ticular concern to me. English equivalents for Chinese terms are not 
a matter of flipping through a dictionary, and during a period of 
2,000 years they invited misinterpretations by later Chinese 
editors. The following pages, therefore, are not attempts at scholar- 
ly persuasion, but rather presentation of data gleaned to the extent 
of our combined abilities. No one knows better than the authors and 
editor of a manuscript its inherent weaknesses and human errors, 
and that even while this material goes to press, new information is 
being pursued and new facts revealed. 

Alice K. Schneider 
May 18, 1977 



THE IMPORTANCE OF INK-IMPRINTS 

In China, Chin-shih-hsueh 'k ^ ^ (studies of metal and stone 
engravings) is a special branch of formal study which began in the 
Northern Sung in the eleventh century. The term chin-wen -^ 3c 
(metal inscription) primarily refers to the inscriptions on bronze 
ritual vessels. Through archaeological discoveries in the twentieth 
century and the wider interest of international scholars, studies on 
bronze inscriptions, as well as on chia-ku-wen ? 'f" x (divination 
inscriptions from oracle bone and shell), have advanced substantial- 
ly. Chinese scholarship on stone engravings was extensive during 
the classical period and, while a large amount of literary and 
epigraphic material from this period survives, during the twentieth 
century research on this subject has been scarce. 

The earhest stone monuments found in China are round boulders 
called chieh /^^ . A few of this type without inscriptions are still 
standing, and it has been claimed that dates of these monuments go 
back as far as the legendary kings of Shun and Yu in the third 
millennium B.C.' During the late Chou period, when production of 
ritual bronze vessels with inscriptions declined, inscribed stones 
began to appear. 

The first group of inscribed stone monuments known to us is the 
set of 10 stone drums (entry 77) dated eighth century B.C. Follow- 
ing these, the Ch 'in dynasty (221-207 B.C.) marked the beginning of 
the inscribed stelae, perpetual memorial monuments called pei 
«if . These are large rectangular stones standing upright like poster 
columns with flattened front and back for inscriptions. During the 
Ch'in empire such commemorative stelae were erected in honor of 
the emperor and were located at famous mountain sites visited by 

'The character chieh J_ of the Shang period, indicating a standing tablet, means 
"forefather." It is interpreted by B. Karlgren as a phallic symbol. With an altar- 
table as a radical it becomes tsu ;?_&. , meaning "ancestor." 



XXV 

him. On the stelae were inscribed the newly mandated official script, 
small-seal, written by his loyal ministers (entry no. 78). 

In the Han period (206 B.C.-A.D. 220) stone monuments had a 
wider purpose and took various forms. By the later Han, the produc- 
tion of stelae increased greatly. They were dedicated to Confu- 
cianism and its ceremonial rites, and commemorated important na- 
tional events and other ritual functions. There were also stelae in 
honor posthumously of noted individuals; these generally had a long 
epigraph or obituary in memory of the person deceased. Although 
very few signed stelae appear from this period, the quality of the 
literary content, the handsome calligraphy, and the excellence of the 
engravings show that Han stelae were made by outstanding artists. 

Later, between the fourth and ninth centuries, when smaller 
tombstones were preferred, writers and artists began to sign their 
names on the engraved stones. At about the same time, from the 
fifth century onward. Buddhism spread widely in China and comfort- 
ably adopted the custom of engraving on stelae. 

Of utmost importance in the history of ink-imprints was the im- 
proved quality and quantity of paper in the Later Han (A.D. 
25-220). It was then realized that paper could be used to make 
reproductions from the engravings. 

Ink-imprints (t 'o-pen ^^ J^ ) are commonly called rubbings or 
ink-squeezes. Because this is a duplicating technique on stone, it 
may be considered a prototype of lithography. In China it is referred 
to as mo-t 'a ^ i^^ (copy by tapping). Instead of the stone being 
pressed on paper, however, the reverse is done — the paper is 
pressed on the stone. The traditional Chinese method is to moisten 
lightly a sheet of paper made from the cortex of the mulberry tree, 
or from bamboo pulp. This is a tissue-thin paper that is strong and 
highly absorbant. The moistened paper is then spread over the sur- 
face of the engraved object and gently forced into all the incised 
areas with a broad brush. A flat pad, generaUy made of loosely 
woven cloth with a piece of cotton tied inside, is then soaked with 
just the right amount of black ink and evenly tapped all over the 
paper. The higher surface which the pad has touched turns black 
while the incised part remains white. When the ink is dry, the paper 
is peeled off, giving a positive impression. This is called the wet- 
method. 

The process of stone engraving, especially in the case of model- 



writing {fa-t 'ieh ii j'ii ), is a fastidious craft. The valuable original 
handwriting must be copied by an expert. The trace-copies of the 
T 'ang and Sung periods were made under imperial patronage and by 
the master calligraphers of the time. The stone engravings that 
resulted from the work of these calligraphers are among the finest in 
existence, as they are specimens chosen specifically as models for 
students of the art. 

For making the engraving itself, the trace-copies were written in 
black or vermillion-red ink {shu-tan ^ ^). After pasting the trace- 
copy on the stone or wood, the engraver would cut through the 
trace-copy into the surface of the material, striving to achieve the 
greatest possible accuracy. Very often, every participant in the pro- 
cess — the person who copied the work, the skilled engraver, and the 
conscientious supervisor — signed his name alongside that of the 
original artist. 

Under the Han Emperor Ling, the minister Ts 'ai Yung proposed 
that an official edition of the Seven Confucian Classics be engraved 
on stone. The intention was to rectify erroneous transmissions 
which had crept into the many hand copies of these classics. Twenty 
stelae were therefore completed under imperial sponsorship be- 
tween A.D. 175 and 185, and 48 more stelae were carved under the 
Wei regime of the Three Kingdoms period from A.D. 240 to 248. 

This may have promoted the use of ink-imprints for scholarly 
reproductions, for we know as a fact that artists such as Wang Hsi- 
chih (A.D. 303-379) and Ku K 'ai-chih (ca. A.D. 334-406) were skilled 
at copying and had traced the works of older masters for stone 
engravings. This skill not only encouraged the process of print- 
making (which in turn made possible the preservation of handsome 
calligraphy and pictorial art), but it also served as a means of educa- 
tion. Eventually, it inspired wood engravings and led to the inven- 
tion of movable type. The development of paper and printing were 
important contributions to world civilizations. 

Since the T 'ang and Sung periods, Chinese stone engravings have 
been held in great esteem. As the earlier engraved stones were lost 
or badly damaged, new stones were carved from the ink-imprints; 
famous works were copied many times over. Dealing with the many 
editions became a realm of specialized knowledge. Early ink- 
imprints were regarded as highly as manuscripts by connoisseurs. 
Old imprints from T 'ang and Sung stones became precious rarities. 
Metal and stone engravings, calligraphy, and painting (chin-shih- 



shu-hua -^ ^ ^ ^ ) had become a united quartet. To the artists of 
the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, these media formed a 
single body of visual art study. 

Now, with the publication of this catalogue. Field Museum will 
become a major center in the United States for the study of Chinese 
ink-imprints, as today these again are recognized as valuable tools 
for resesirch into Chinese historical documents, literature, and art. 

Tseng Yu-ho Ecke 
1975, Honolulu 



RUBBINGS IN ART HISTORY 

There are two basic types of rubbings in the history of Chinese 
calligraphy, those taken from a stele, pei, and those taken from an 
engraving of a t 'ieh. The wordpei refers to monumental stone stelae 
erected above ground and usually free standing, and in a broad 
sense to all writings engraved on stone. Inscriptions were engraved 
on pei long before the rubbing technique was devised, and pei con- 
tinued to be erected throughout China's long history for purposes 
other than making rubbings. 

The original meaning of the word t 'ieh is label, note, or small 
paper sheet. In calligraphy the term denotes primarily handwritten 
pieces of informal content and of relatively small format, written by 
a famous calUgrapher in ink on paper or silk. Engravings of t 'ieh 
were made solely for the purpose of taking rubbings and thus 
reproducing unique examples of handwriting. Understanding the 
difference between pei and t 'ieh is important in the understanding 
of the significance of rubbings in art history. 

Pei 

The earliest known examples of pei are the tablets that were 
erected between 219-210 B.C. by Ch'in Shih-huang-ti (r. 221-210 
B.C.) to commemorate his unification of the empire. The 
calligraphers of the pei usually remained anonymous. It was only in 
the second half of the second century that some stelae began to be 
signed. Epigraphic types of script such as chuan shu, li shu, or k 'ai 
shu (cheng shu) were most often used; only in exceptional cases does 
one find the cursive type hsing shu. The texts of these stelae com- 
memorated political events or personnages of historical importance, 
and thus always possessed a certain pubhc character. Each stele is 
known by a name which generally contains the honorific name of the 
person whose deeds are commemorated and the location where the 
stele was erected. Often a stele has two titles — apei-o above in very 
large characters, and a shou-t 'i to the right of the text. 



zxiz 

The earliest rubbings from pei are older than those taken from 
recuts of t 'ieh. Perhaps the first stelae from which rubbings were 
made were the Stone Classics (Shih-ching). They were erected be- 
tween A.D. 175-185 for the purpose of standardizing and preserving 
the Confucian Classics. Since paper had been developed around 
A.D. 100, rubbings would have been the easiest and most efficient 
way to promulgate the texts. There is no clear proof that this hap- 
pened, but there is reference to the fact that in A.D. 143 paper had 
already become a popular and inexpensive material for writing. ' By 
the T 'ang period (618-807), the use of rubbings was widespread. An 
example is the "Inscription for the Hot Spring" (Wen-ch 'uan ming), 
written by Emperor T 'ang T 'ai-tsung (r. 626-649). The rubbing was 
found in the caves of Tun-huang in Central Asia.^ 

It was a milestone in the history of calligraphy when during the 
period of the Six Dynasties (220-588) the interest of caUigraphers 
shifted from pei to t 'ieh. The great works of calligraphy of the Han 
dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 220) had all been stone inscriptions, but now 
t 'ieh for the first time became the representative masterworks of 
the period. The new genre of calHgraphy was developed to classical 
perfection by masters of the Eastern Chin dynasty (A.D. 317-420), 
especially Wang Hsi-chih (307-365?), and his son, Wang Hsien-chih 
(A.D. 344-388). Known as the Two Wangs they became the paragons 
of all Chinese caUigraphers and their handwritten pieces set 
stylistic and aesthetic standards for centuries to come. 

The shift of interest from pei to t 'ieh, however, did not mean that 
great caUigraphers immediately stopped writing large stone inscrip- 
tions. EspeciaUy during the T 'ang dynasty, major masters, such as 
Ou-yang Hsiin (557-641), Yii Shih-nan (558-638), Ch'u Sui-Uang 
(596-658), and Yen Chen-ch 'ing (709-785), stiU worked in this genre. 
The masters of subsequent dynasties, however, concentrated 
almost exclusively on t 'ieh. Direct stone inscriptions from the hand 
of famous caUigraphers became rare. Nevertheless, stelae continued 
to be erected and the writings engraved on them were distributed in 
the form of rubbings. Yet it was generally not the calligraphy that 
brought these rubbings attention, but, rather, the commemorative 
subjects which were considered to be of value for various historical, 
poUtical, and reUgious reasons. 

The rubbings taken from such stelae generaUy were on huge paper 

'T.H. Tsien, Written on Bamboo and Silk, Chicago, 1962, p. 138. 
^Shodo zenshu, Tokyo: Heibonsha. 1966-1969, vol. 7, pi. 90-95. 



sheets. These sheets were often cut into a more usable size and 
mounted in album form. The older a rubbing, the more valuable it 
was because it preserved the crispness and precision of the origingJ 
cuttings which time gradually eroded. Often the stones were not 
protected from the elements and deteriorated. Many stones were 
damaged and extensive taking of rubbings precipitated the process 
of decay. Old rubbings thus gave a better and more complete picture 
of the engraved text than it was possible to obtain at a later date 
from the stele itself. 

In the eighteenth century the attitude toward stone inscriptions 
changed radically. Intensive archaeological £ind epigraphical studies 
spurred a new interest in the very style of the writing itself. This, in 
turn, had a decisive influence on calligraphic practice and led to a 
major revival movement of old styles. Special attention was given 
to those stelae that had been written in the northern part of China 
between the third and sixth centuries A.D. — exactly the period 
when the art of the t 'ieh rose in the south. 

Because of the political and cultural division in China during this 
period, the style of the northern stone inscriptions had developed in- 
dependently from those in the south. In the opinions of 
calligraphers and theoreticians of the new movement in the eigh- 
teenth century, the stelae of the north offered an artistic alternative 
to the Wang Hsi-chih tradition. Not only did they discover in these 
inscriptions an aesthetic value that had largely gone unnoticed so 
far, they also claimed that the style of the stone inscriptions was 
more authentic than the style of the Chin masters' tradition which 
had been modified in the process of constant copying. The late 
Ch 'ing dynasty masters called their own movement pei-hsueh 
(school based on stelae) and contrasted it with what they labelled 
t 'ieh-hsiieh (school based on t 'ieh). 

T'ieh 

T 'ieh are not as old as pei. The earliest examples date only from 
the Chin dynasty (A.D. 265-420), although it is known from literary 
sources that they existed before that time, and that they were ap- 
preciated as works of calligraphy as early as the first century A.D. 
T 'ieh are mostly letters or personal notes, written with brush and 
ink on paper or silk, and therefore informal types of script, such as 
hsing-shu and ts'ao-shu, were generally used. T'ieh are not in- 
teresting primarily for their text, but because they were written by 



famous calligraphers. In order to identify these pieces, two 
characters were usually taken out of context from the beginning line 
and used as a name. 

The earliest t 'ieh from which stone-cuts were made, were hand- 
writings of Wang Hsi-chih. The second T 'ang emperor, T 'ai-tsung, 
who played a decisive role in the promulgation of the Wang tradi- 
tion, had Wang Hsi-chih's magnum opus, the Lan-t 'ing hsii (entry 
814), cut in stone. He also distributed the Shih-ch 'i t 'ieh, a collec- 
tion of Wang's ts 'ao-shu pieces to the "Institute for the Propagan- 
da of Culture" (Hung-wen kuan), where young aristocrats of the 
metropolis studied the art of calligraphy. 

The subsequent history of this type of rubbings is also closely 
related to the development of the Wang tradition. One of the most 
influential recuts of the T 'ang dynasty was the Ta-T 'ang San-tsang 
sheng-chiao hsii (Preface to the Holy Teachings of Hsiian-tsang 
San-tsang from the Great T 'ang Dynasty) (entries 624, 871), better 
known as Chi- Wang sheng-chiao hsii (Preface to the Holy Teachings 
compiled from Characters Written by Wang Hsi-chih. The text of 
this piece had been composed by T'ang T 'ai-tsung in 648 as a 
eulogy to the works of the great monk and pilgrim Hsiian tsang (ca. 
596-664). By order of the third T'ang emperor Kao-tsung (r. 
649-683), the monk Huai-jen, who was a distant descendant of Wang 
Hsi-chih, copied each character in the text from one of the many 
works by Wang Hsi-chih in the imperial collection. The entire copy 
then looked as if it were based on an original work in Wang 
Hsi-chih's own hand. In 672 Huai-jen's work was cut into stone, and 
this stele remains today in the Forest of Stelae (Pei-lin) in Sian.' 
Although it was not written by Wang Hsi-chih himself, the Chi- 
Wang sheng-chiao hsii became one of the most influential works of 
the Wang tradition. Not only was it one of the first t 'ieh to be cut in- 
to stone, but it was also the longest piece of Wang Hsi-chih's "hand- 
writing." It consisted of 1,904 characters, many of which are not 
found in the Lan-t 'ing hsii and other famous pieces. To a student of 
Wang Hsi-chih's style, the Chi-Wang sheng-chiao hsii offered the 
greatest repertoire of forms. 

Rubbings of the T 'ang dynasty were primarily taken from one ex- 
ample of calUgraphy. In the tenth century, however, a new type of 

'The works at the Pei-lin have been presented in a monumental publication edited 
by Yasushi Nishikawa, Saian hirin, Tokyo: Kodansha, 1966. 



rubbing gained prevalence: works of various masters were engraved 
into a series of stones, and rubbings from them were then mounted 
together in albums, often consisting of several volumes. Such collec- 
tions were first compiled in the Southern T 'ang dynasty (937-976), 
but not much is known about these early compendia and perhaps no 
rubbings have survived. 

The epoch-making undertaking in this genre was the compilation 
of the Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko t 'ieh (entries 1324-1431) under the imperial 
patronage of Sung T 'ai-tsung in 992. Named after a pavilion in the 
imperial palace, the Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko t 'ieh was the most comprehen- 
sive collection of rubbings made thus far. Following the example of 
T 'ang T '£ii-tsung. Sung T 'ai-tsung also favored the Wang tradition. 
Hedf of the collection's 10 volumes contain works of the Two W£ings. 
Rubbings from the Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko t 'ieh and recuts made of it were 
circulated widely and their influence on the practice and history of 
cedligraphy was profound. 

The early collections of rubbings were, as far as we know, all pro- 
duced under imperial patronage. By the eleventh century, however, 
stone-cuts were also manufactured on private initiative. Through 
the writings of Mi Fu (1052-1107), for example, we know that it was 
quite common practice among collectors of his time to have precious 
works of calligraphy from their collections cut into stone. Mi 
himself also had such stone-cuts made of three Chin masters' works 
in his possession, which he treasured most. 

In later times the size of these privately sponsored rubbing collec- 
tions grew and some of the Ming dynasty compendia rival the 
Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko t 'ieh in scope and quality. Among them are edi- 
tions that were supervised by such eminent connoisseurs as Wen 
Cheng-ming (1470-1559) (the T'ing-yiin kuan fa-t'ieh) and Tung 
Ch 'i-ch 'ang (1555-1636) (the Hsi-hung t 'ang fa-t 'ieh). In the Ch 'ing 
dynasty one finds again many privately edited rubbing collections 
and also the last great imperial compendium, the San-hsi t 'ang fa- 
t 'ieh, which was produced under the auspices of the Ch 'ien-lung 
emperor (r. 1736-1795). 

Some of the rubbing collections that appeared after the Ch 'un- 
hua Pi-ko t 'ieh consisted largely of recuts of parts of this great com- 
pilation, but often the subsequent collections included additional 
works by later masters whose calligraphy grew to be accepted and 
appreciated as stylistic models. One such example is the "Four 



XXXlll 

Great Masters of the Sung Dynasty."* One also finds specialized 
collections that are devoted to a single master, a certain 
geographical region, or a certain period of time. 

Although most of the rubbing compendia contained some works 
that were hard to find elsewhere, their content differed less than 
might be expected. They mainly reproduced samples from the canon 
of works that had come to be regarded as classical models, and 
among which the pieces by Wang Hsi-chih were the most numerous. 
The value of a rubbing collection thus was not primarily judged by 
its content but by the reliabiUty of the particular versions that had 
been chosen to be recut and by the technical quahty of the recut 
itself. 

Even in the earliest collections one finds that comments on the 
various pieces written by later connoisseurs, official titles of the 
calligrapher, and the name of the t 'ieh were also cut into stone. In 
the course of time these secondary parts became longer and more 
elaborate. In later collections a famous piece is often preceded and 
followed by colophons, and sometimes copies done by later 
calligraphers are also included. Often the collectors' seals are cut 
into stone as well. This illustrates the increasing tendency toward 
intellectualization and sophistication in the practice and apprecia- 
tion of Chinese calligraphy. 

The major function of collections of rubbings was to serve as 
models for would-be calligraphers. Because most of the classical 
prototypes had been lost in the course of time and because only a 
few individuals had access to the collections where the remaining 
originals and good handwritten copies were kept, rubbings became 
the most common source of knowledge regarding early master- 
pieces. Such rubbings were used by everyone who studied 
calligraphy, and that meant every member of the educated elite. As 
these compendia contained pieces by different masters, the student 
had two choices: he could select one master (or even one piece) as his 
model or he could copy many different masters' styles and eventual- 
ly synthesize them into a style of his own. Developing an individual 
style, of course, was what every calligrapher with artistic ambition 
strove for in accord with the age-old aesthetic demand that an 
artist, albeit staying within the boundaries of the tradition, still 
must transcend his models. 

'They are Ts 'ai Hsiang (1012-1067). Su Shih (1037-1101), Huang T'ing-chien 
(1045-1105). and Mi Fu (1052-1107). 



zzziv 

Since rubbings were the most influential device in the transmis- 
sion of the styles of famous calligraphic works, the question of how 
accurately they preserved the appearance of the original hand- 
writing is crucial. It cannot be denied that a well-executed stone-cut 
renders the shapes of the brush strokes amazingly well. It is 
fascinating to observe the meticulous skill that is evident in fine in- 
cisions. Even irregular blank spots within a stroke and erratic 
traces of single heiirs can be transferred onto the stone. (See illus. 
747.) 

In spite of the technical virtuosity that could be attained, 
however, rubbings often do not represent the original as faithfully 
as would ideally be possible because many of the stone-cuts were not 
based upon the original writing, but upon handwritten copies of 
early rubbings. The original classical masterworks all but disap- 
peared long ago. For example, there is no authentic sample of the 
handwriting of the Two Wangs extant today. The early rubbings 
have also perished, as did the stones from which they were taken. 
Save for a few exceptions, such as that found at Tun-huang, the 
earliest rubbings today date from the Sung dynasty and these are 
also quite rare (entries 270, 578, 661, 814). Moreover, most often the 
works that served as the basis for stone-cuts are not known and 
their authenticity can therefore not be verified. Even the rehabihty 
of the early Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko t 'ieh was seriously challenged soon 
after its appearance. Mi Fu and Su Shih, among others, criticized 
the selection of pieces in this most influential of all compendia, 
charging that it included many errors and even falsifications. 

The chain of copying could not help but produce modifications. If 
one compares different rubbing versions of the same piece, one will 
always find smaller or greater stylistic differences between them, 
but the exact style of the prototype can no longer be ascertained. 
This is the point where the pei-hsiieh of the eighteenth century 
claimed superiority. Because it used rubbings from stone stelae that 
were still extant at the time, there was no question about authentici- 
ty of style. This is not the place to investigate the arguments con- 
cerning the pei-hsiieh, which were a major topic of discussion in 
calligraphy criticism of the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, 
but attention should still be drawn to one fact: although the pei- 
hsiieh rightly pointed out that in the process of transmission of the 
t 'ieh their styles had constantly been changed, it must be 
acknowledged that it was these very modifications which offered 



the possibility for continuous new stylistic explorations and 
developments through the centuries. 

The connoisseurship of rubbings is one of the most compHcated 
fields in the study of Chinese art. Traditional Chinese connoisseurs 
have devoted much effort to this problem and made detailed com- 
peirative studies of rubbings that were taken from the same stone at 
different times, thereby allowing them to trace the process of 
deterioration. However, difficulties remain. For example, it can be 
very tricky to differentiate between those rubbings taken from the 
same stone at different times and rubbings taken from a good recut 
of this stone. Furthermore, the stylistic differences that exist be- 
tween several versions of one prototype are of httle help in the 
dating of these versions because the very purpose of manufacturing 
a stone-cut is to preserve the appearance of the model in a form that 
remained unaffected by the change of time. Stylistic differences, 
therefore, have little artistic significance. If one has to determine 
the age of a particular rubbing, say, Wang Hsi-chih's Lan-t 'ing hsu, 
one is likely to rely mainly on such criteria of traditionsd con- 
noisseurship as the color of the ink, the quality of the paper, and the 
impression of the collectors' seals, rather than on the style of the 
handwriting itself. 

Rubbings were also used in fields other than calligraphy. Follow- 
ing the example of stone-cuts of famous t 'ieh, noted paintings were 
also reproduced in this way. This, however, was a very late develop- 
ment and its art historical importance is in no way comparable to 
the crucial role which rubbings played in the history of calligraphy. 
Because it is difficult to render greyish tones and ink washes in a 
rubbing, those paintings with calligraphic qualities, such as bamboo 
and plum paintings, were most successfully cut into stone. A work 
which deserves special mention is "Mr. Chou's Painting Forest" 
(Chou-shih hui-lin), which was published between 1580-1589. It con- 
tains reproductions of paintings from the tenth to the thirteenth 
centuries, and thus is a forerunner of woodblock copybooks like the 
famous "Mustard Seed Garden" of the seventeenth century. 

Another late application of the rubbing technique was made in the 
field of archaeology. Rubbings proved especially useful in the study 
of the bronze vessels of antiquity because they could clearly 
reproduce the inscriptions often found at not easily seen places, 
such as the inside of a vessel or the underside of vessel handles. 
Rubbings also could be effectively used to reproduce the relief 



ornamentation on the outside of such vessels. At least since the 
eleventh century large stone reliefs from Han dynasty tombs have 
been reproduced and made known through rubbings. Indeed, it is in 
the service of archaeological studies that the technique of taking 
rubbings still plays an important role today, be it in the reproduc- 
tion of the characters on oracle bones, or the intricate patterns of 
bronze decor, or of the inscriptions and incised decorations on Bud- 
dhist stelae. In all these and in many other instances, rubbings can 
reproduce the design more clearly than is possible with 
photography. However, photographic reproduction has almost en- 
tirely replaced rubbings as copy books for calligraphers. The chain 
of constant recuts has therefore nearly come to an end. Still it is this 
very technique of photography which today makes available to 
everybody the immense wealth of information that a great collec- 
tion of rubbings such as the present one represents. 

LOTHAR LEDDEROSE 



BERTHOLD LAUFER AND HIS RUBBINGS COLLECTION 

Field Museum of Natural History possesses a collection of ap- 
proximately 4,000 rubbings, most of which were brought together 
by the well-known Oriental scholar, Berthold Laufer' (1874-1934), 
who headed the Museum's Department of Anthropology from 1915 
to 1934. From 1901 to 1904 he led an ethnological expedition to 
China on behalf of the American Museum of Natural History, New 
York. Many of the specimens he collected on this trip are still 
unstudied; that they were once deposited in the vaults of the 
Museum is shown by Laufer's accession list. After Laufer had left 
the American Museum the rubbings were presented to him as a 
gift.^ After his death they became the property of Field Museum as 
part of Laufer's bequest to this institution. 

According to Laufer's own words, the rubbings collection com- 
prises 3,336 items which were taken on his 1901-1904 expedition by 
skilled Chinese workers,' apparently mostly under his own supervi- 

' A short biographical sketch, an almost complete bibliography of Laufer's publica- 
tions and of writings on him, as well as a survey of his unpublished papers and 
manuscripts is given in: Kleinere Schriften von Berthold Laufer. Teil 1. Hrsg. v.H. 
Walravens. Wiesbaden 1976. 

This fact is proved by letters from Clark Wissler (Dec. 22, 1922; Jan. 9, 1923) and 
Bella Weitzner (Dec. 16, 1925) to Laufer, and Laufer's letter to Wissler (Jan. 4, 1923). 
It is also stated in a note which precedes Laufer's own inventory of the rubbings col- 
lection: "These rubbings were presented to me by the American Museum in 1923 
and are contained in a box stored in room 65. They form part, with this catalogue, of 
my bequest to Field Museum of Natural History. 

April 15, 1929 Laufer" 

A part of the collection which probably escaped notice is still held by the 
American Museum (cf. Appendix I). 

'In the preface to Lamaistische Kloster-Inschriften aus Peking, Jehol und Si- 
ngan. Berlin 1914, which he edited together with Otto Franke, he states, "Auf 81 
Tafeln sind hier 88 Inschriften nach den Papierabdriicken gegeben, die samtlich im 
Jahre 1901 durch berufsmaBige chinesische Handwerker von den Steintafeln 
hergestellt wurden, auf denen sie eingegraben sind." 

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sion. Later, more rubbings were added to this collection, such as 
those of Szechwan tiles from the David C. Graham collection, and 
the Taiwan rubbings assembled by Dr. M. K. Starr. 

Laufer had a very deep interest in rubbings which he considered 
historical sources of first-rate importance for all aspects of Chinese 
culture. Moreover, rubbings could easily be taken by skilled crafts- 
men, were very light, and could easily be shipped. In addition, rub- 
bings usually give more accurate reproductions than photographs. 
After checking carefully through Laufer's papers I get the impres- 
sion that he suddenly got the idea of collecting rubbings when he 
was in China. That at least can be gathered from a letter which 
Franz Boas, Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University, 
who initiated the expedition, sent to Laufer on June 24, 1902: "I 
read with great interest your suggestion in regard to the epigraphy 
of Peking. I am of course satisfied with any suggestion as to your 
work that may be most useful for science, as long as it does not con- 
flict with the immediate objects of your journey." The specific pur- 
pose of the expedition was to collect objects "illustrative of the in- 
dustries of modern China," and that explains Boas' limited 
enthusiasm. 

Wherever Laufer went on his expedition he seems to have taken 
rubbings (see the Index of Proveniences of rubbings in this 
catalogue). We cannot find much evidence of this in his letters, but 
they are mentioned in Boas' letters: 

"I have not opened yet the box containing your rubbings; but I 
shall let you know, as soon as it is opened, if they are in good condi- 
tion" (to Laufer, Jan. 24, 1903). 

"I am glad to inform you that your rubbings are all in good condi- 
tion . . ." (to Laufer, April 13, 1903). 

Laufer kept finding interesting objects, and when it was impossi- 
ble to acquire them, he could at least take rubbings: "I found more 
than 25 new stone sculptures in relief of the Han Dynasty which 
were hitherto unknown to Chinese epigraphists as well as to foreign 
scholars. I have paper rubbings of them . . ." (to Boas, Feb. 10, 
1904). 

They are again referred to in another letter to Boas, dated Co- 
logne, July 8, 1904, which contains a survey of his rubbings collec- 
tion: 

"In my archaeological inquiries in the province of Shantung I was very for- 



tunate. I discovered a number of hitherto unknown Mongol inscriptions, new 
sculptures of the Han period not described by Chinese or foreign ar- 
chaeologists, procured a mass of rubbings of most valuable inscriptions . . . 

From the large mass of rubbings numbering several thousands stand out 
conspicuously the groups relating to the following subjects: 

1) The lamaistic inscriptions of Peking and Jehol, most of them in four 
languages, afford the means of tracing accurately the last and most splendid 
phase in the development of Lamaism in China from the 16th to the end of the 
18th century. 

2) Mohammedan inscriptions. An effort was made to collect as much 
material as p)ossible bearing on the history of Islam in China. Thus far, I have 
succeeded in obtaining rubbings from the mosques in following places: Hsian 
in Shensi with the oldest Mohammedan inscriptions extant (dating from A.D. 
742), Honan fu, K 'ai fong fu, Peking (all complete), T 'ai an fu in Shantung, 
Hangchow and Canton. The texts are in Chinese as well as Arabic. 

3) The Jewish inscriptions referring to the history of the Chinese Jews of 
K 'ai fong fu. 

4) Confucian monuments: all portraits of Confucius and his disciples still ex- 
tant on authentic stone-engravings. 

5) Sculptures of the Han Dynasty in Shantung. 

6) All historical inscriptions of the Han and Six Dynasties in Shantung and 
Shensi. A Han inscription from Ili, Turkestan. 

7) The inscriptions of the T 'ang Dynasty in Hsian and those of the tombs of 
the T 'ang and Ming Dynasties. 

8) The Mongol inscriptions in the ancient square character of Shantung; a 
complete set of the famous inscription in six languages in the gateway of Kii 
yung kuan. 

9) Buddhistic monuments: images of the 18 and 500 Lohan, complete set of 
the Buddhist canon (tripitaka) incised on stone-tablets in the temple Hsi yii 
sze. AU Buddhistic temples in and around Peking, P 'u to shan, Hangchow, 
and many others. 

10) Christian monuments: Jesuit tombs and Catholic churches of Peking. 
Unique two volumes of rubbings of stone-engravings with representations of 
Jesuits, in the Palace of Yiian ming 3aian now destroyed. Syro-Nestorian in- 
scription." 

The rubbings formed the basic material for several of Laufer's ar- 
ticles/ It was his firm intention to make these sources accessible by 
pubUshing them in facsimile and translation/ but after the first two 

'E.g., Chinese grave-sculptures of the Han period. London, New York, Paris; Con- 
fucius and his portraits. Open Court. 26. 1912, 147-168, 202-218; Five newly 
discovered bas-reliefs of the Han period. T'oung Pao. 13. 1912, 107-112. 

'Cf., Anzeiger Kais. Akad. Wiss. Wien, phlL-hist. Kla. ser. 42. 1905, 6-7: 
". . .Zahlreiche Inschriften, in der Kegel in den vier Sprachen Tibetisch, Mongolisch, 



portfolios had come off the press World War I made international 
scholarly co-operation impossible, and the project was left unfin- 
ished. When in 1929 there was a discussion about the establishment 
of an Oriental Research Institute in Washington, D.C.,* the publica- 
tion and scholarly work on the rubbings was one of the important 
projects suggested. The brief outline of this undertaking given in a 
mimeographed paper seems to be written by Laufer himself though 
it is unsigned. At any rate, it sums up his idea of what should be 
done with the rubbings collection and is as follows: 

"PROJECT OF A CORPUS INSCRIPTIONUM SINICARUM 
(Division B of Oriental Research Institute) 

1. General Plan. 

Publication of facsimile reproductions of approximately 6000 inscriptions 
of China in 12-15 volumes. 

Time required: Fifteen years. 

Total approximate cost: $150,000, to be distributed over fifteen years in an- 
nual appropriations of $10,000, this sum including cost of reproduction and 
publication, collecting material, and services of a Chinese assistant. 

2. Outline of Plan. 

The most precious monuments of China consist of many thousands of in- 
scriptions mostly on large stone tablets, but also on bone, tortoise-shell, 
bronze vessels, metal mirrors, pottery, sculpture, statuary. As contem- 

Chinesisch und Mandschu abgefaOt, geben Kunde von der letzten und glanzendsten 
Phase der Entwicklung des Lamaismus auf dem Boden Chinas, vom 16. bis zum 
Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts. Von alien diesen Inschriften habe ich Abklatsche 
genommen, die sich auf viele hunderte belaufen, ebenso von den grofien Lama- 
tempeln in Jehol im dstlichen Chihli, das ich August 1902 besuchte. In ihrer Gesamt- 
heit geben diese sehr umfangreichen epigraphischen Denkmaler ein getreues 
Spiegelbild der Beziehungen der chinesischen Kaiser zu Tibet und der Mongolei und 
eine nahezu vollstandige Geschichte des Lamaismus. Ich plane, dieselben in 
Verbindung mit Dr. O. Franke in BerUn herauszugeben und zu iibersetzen. — Auch 
beschaftigte mich lebhaft . . . die Geschichte des Islams in China, von der uns bisher 
so wenig bekannt geworden ist. In alien Orten des nordlichen und mittleren China, 
die ich besucht habe, habe ich die Moscheen durchforscht und Abklatsche der in 
ihnen vorhandenen Inschriften genommen. Dieselben sind nicht nur in chinesischer 
Sprache abgefafit, sondern auch eine groOe Anzahl auf arabisch. . . . Ich hoffe, daB 
die vielen hundert Abklatsche mohammedanischer Inschriften, die ich mitgebracht 
habe, sehr viel zur Aufhellung der Geschichte des Islams in China beitragen werden. 
Im Verein mit Dr. Enno Littmann, der die arabischen Texte bearbeiten will, habe ich 
die Verdffentlichung dieses Materiales geplant." 

*Cf. Laufer, Suggestions for the foundation of a Chinese Research Institute in 
Washington. Bull. Amer. Council Learned Soc., 10, 1929, pp. 56-59. 



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poraneous documents and records of events and customs these inscriptions 
supplement the official annuals, fill numerous gaps left by these, and con- 
tribute a vast amount of information to culture history. The Chinese have 
always been interested in their inscriptions, and have made epigraphy a 
science. There is an extensive literature on the subject, of great value, 
especially on ancient inscriptions, where the identification of archaic forms of 
script with the modern characters is the favorite subject of investigation. 

The Chinese have developed an ingenious system of taking exact facsimiles 
of inscriptions by means of inked pa|)er rubbings which can be easily repro- 
duced. Taking rubbings of inscriptions is a special profession, as there has 
always been a great demand for them among scholars and as rubbings are a 
favorite gift among the learned. Many such rubbings of ancient data are still 
in existence in the collections of scholars in China, and in some cases the rub- 
bings have outlived the actual inscriptions in stone or metal. A systematic 
collection of all inscriptions extant in facsimile reproductions has never been 
attempted in China or Japan. Of European sinologists Chavannes is the only 
one who has paid attention to epigraphy and who has published, translated 
and critically annotated a certain number of Chinese inscriptions; but much 
more remains to be done in this immense field. 

While in China on a mission for the American Museum of Natural History 
of New York in 1901-1904, Dr. Laufer made a collection of 3336 rubbings of 
monumental inscriptions. These are all properly arranged, classified, and 
roughly catalogued. For years this collection was housed in the American 
Museum until the Museum authorities decided to present it to Dr. Laufer, 
who now holds it, his personal property, in Chicago. This collection would 
form the nucleus of the proposed Corpus and comprises very important 
material, a goodly proportion of which is unknown to the Chinese 
epigraphists. 

From this collection the Lamaist inscriptions from the great Lama temples 
of Peking, Jehol, and Si-nan in four languages (Chinese, Manchu, Tibetan and 
Mongol) have been published by Otto Franke and B. Laufer on eighty-one 
plates in photogravure (Berlin, D. Reimer, 1914, two portfolios). 

As shown by this instance the inscriptions of China are not restricted in 
language to Chinese, but there are many in other languages like Manchu, 
Tibetan, Mongol, also in Si-hsia, Arabic, Turki, and Sanskrit. 

3. Division of Work. 

I. Jesuit Tomb Inscriptions (about 124 plates). These are composed in Chinese 
and Latin and contain succinct biographies of the old Jesuit missionaries 
who lived in China during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and 
who were the pioneer-workers in sinology and in opening China to the 
knowledge of the West. The inscriptions come from two cemeteries west of 
Peking, the ground of which was presented to the missionaries by the Man- 
chu emperors. The cemeteries were destroyed by the Boxer rebels in 1900, 
and, as far as is known, the inscription tablets have now entirely disap- 
peared. Considering the general interest in the history of the Jesuits of 
China recently revived by Latourette's book, this collection of their tomb 
inscriptions would make a capital publication in which not only sinologists. 



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but also missionaries and historians would be interested. The material is 
almost ready for immediate publication. 

II. Mohammedan and Jewish Inscriptions, (about 270). During Dr. Laufer's 
travels in China he made it a special point to visit all mosques, the history 
of which is related in their inscriptions written in Chinese and Arabic. These 
have never attracted the attention of Chinese scholars, but are of great im- 
portance to our science. Dr. Laufer believes that he has all the inscriptions 
of the foremost mosques of Peking, T 'ai-an, K 'ai-fung, Hang-chou, Canton, 
Si-ngan, Ch'eng-tu, and other localities. This collection also is ready for 
publication. 

III. Confucian Inscriptions from Peking, Si-ngan, and Kii-fu, Confucius's 
birthplace. This collection will also contain all portraits of Confucius and 
his disciples engraved in stone tablets. 

IV. Buddhist Inscriptions from all famous Buddhist temples of Peking, 
Nanking, Su-chou and Hang-chou, Pei-lin, and Si-ngan, and the Buddhist 
Canon of the Sui dynasty engraved in stone tablets at Si-yii-se; also Bud- 
dhist iconography preserved on stone tablets. 

V. Taoist Inscriptions. 

VI. Inscriptions from the Imperial Palaces. 

VII. Historical Inscriptions arranged in the succession of the dynasties. 

VIII. Tomb Inscriptions. 

IX. Autograph Writings of Renowned Calligraphists and Painters. 

X. Archaic Inscriptions on Bone and Tortoise-shell of the Shang Dynasty. 

XI. Inscriptions on Bronze Bells, Bronze Vessels and Implements, and Metal 
Mirrors. 

XII. Inscriptions on Tiles, Bricks, and Buildings. 

There is no doubt that this project will be greeted with enthusiasm by all 
scholars of China and Japan and that they will gladly place at our disposal 
rubbings of inscriptions from their collections. A work of this magnitude has 
never before been conceived in Europe, China, or Japan, and it will place at 
the disposal of scholars all over the world the most valuable documents which 
China has to offer. This plan is worthy of the American Council of Learned 
Societies and should be given the most serious consideration." 



GUIDE TO READER 

The entries in this catalogue are divided into three sections: 

I. Information on the object from which the rubbing was 
made. 

II. Information on the rubbing. 

III. References. 

The format is as follows: 

I. Title: transliteration from the Chinese or other languages; 
Chinese characters; English explanation in parentheses. 
Author/artist. Object (if other than stone tablet). Calligraphic style: 
calUgrapher. Engraver. Provenience. Given date/ (calculated date). 
Other information on object. 

II. Mounting (if not stipulated, the rubbing is understood to bo 
in sheet form); dimensions in centimeters. Museum file number/ 
("duphcates"). Other information pertaining to the rubbing. 

III. References. See BibUographic References. 

Explanation of format: 

I. a) Title: Chinese titles, or titles in other languages, were taken 
directly from the rubbing, either from the shou-t 'i, or pei-o, in that 
preference. Where neither appeared on the rubbing, it was taken 
from reference works or composed by Dr. Tchen, and in either case, 
placed within brackets. 

b) Most of the EngHsh renderings of the Chinese or other 
language titles are not intended to be hteral translations, but ex- 
planations. 

c) Names: Persons are usually referred to by their personal names 
{ming), if these are not mentioned in the rubbing or cannot be deter- 
mined, the style (tzu) or literary name (had) is given. Late Ming and 
Ch'ing emperors are quoted by their respective reign names. AU 
names were taken either from the rubbings or from reference works. 

d) Object: Most of the rubbings in this collection were taken from 

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stone tablets (stelae). The term is therefore omitted. Other objects 
from which rubbings were made are, of course, listed. It should also 
be pointed out that many rubbings are from only one part of the ob- 
ject, usuaUy from the inscriptive part. 

e) Language: Only languages other than Chinese are listed. Where 
both another language and Chinese appear on the same rubbing, the 
abbreviation "Ch." is used to indicate that it is also present. In the 
case of foreign language inscriptions without titles the beginning of 
the text is given in transliteration where possible. 

f) Calligraphic styles: Only the better known terms are used in the 
entries. The term shu is omitted for reasons of brevity. The style 
terms appearing are ku-wen (ancient), chuan (seal), li (clerical), cheng 
(regular), hsing (running), and ts 'ao (cursive). The name of the 
calligrapher, appearing immediately after the given style, may in- 
dicate either the writer of the original manuscript from which the 
engraving was made, or the writer who copied the original in his 
own hand. In the case of re-cut objects, there can be several steps 
between the original manuscript and the final rubbing. 

g) Provenience: The term is here used to indicate either the 
original site of the stone, or the repository. Postal names are used 
for provinces. For all other places, a shghtly modified Wade-Giles 
romanization (without diaeretics) is used except for well-known 
cities such as Peking. Where the provenience is unknown, "N.p." is 
given. 

h) Dating: Dates were converted according to the Western calen- 
dar. Only the year is given here (in bold type). When only the reign 
period is known, that alone appears. When only the dynasty is 
known, the entry is to be found under that dynasty heading, and 
before the known dates of that dynasty. Calculated or questionable 
dates are placed in parentheses. If there was no dating information 
available, the entry was put under the "N.d." heading at the begin- 
ning of the catalogue. 

II. a) Format: Of the approximately 4,000 rubbings in the Field 
Museum collection, most are in unmounted sheet form. A small por- 
tion is mounted either in scrolls, books, or albums, or simply 
backed. In such instances, the type of mounting is given. 

b) Dimensions (given in centimeters) refer to the actual sheet size, 
or to the size of the individual parts mounted on the pages of books 
or albums. The vertical measurement is given first, followed by the 
horizontal. 



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c) The file numbers (following the dimensions) appear on both the 
Field Museum file cards and the rubbings. Numbers marked "d" in 
parentheses refer to "duplicates." This term is here used to indicate 
rubbings taken from the same object. Separate entry numbers were 
only assigned to duplicates when the rubbings were taken many 
years apart, 

d) The abbreviation "lUus." which appears in some entries follow- 
ing the file number indicates that this rubbing is illustrated in this 
volume. 

e) Dating: The date of the rubbing should be distinguished from 
the date of when the object was cut, and in only rare instances is the 
exact rubbing date known. Approximate dates given here were 
determined by the known histories of the collections from which 
they came. 

f) Collector'' s names: When a rubbing is known to come from a col- 
lection other than the Laufer collection, the collector's name is 
given. 

Order of entries: The catalogue entries are arranged in 
chronological order under dynasty headings. Rubbings which could 
not be dated are listed under "N.d." at the beginning of the 
catalogue. 

A.K.S. 



EXPLANATION OF SOME 
TECHNICAL TERMS 



album Rubbing mounted in accordion 
fashion. 

bhiksu Chin. pi-ch'iuiLii., Buddhist 

monk. 
bhiksunf Chin, pi-ch'iu-ni XLjI^Jt. , 

Buddhist nun. 
book Rubbing mounted on pages 

stitched together, cloth bound. 
cheng(-shu) j£ :^ Regular script. 
chih-kai 1^ ^ Coverstone placed 

over epitaph. 
Ch 'ing-chen-szu i^ ^ -^ Mosque. 
chiian % Chapter, book. 
chuan ^\ Brick, tile. 
chuan(-shu) ^ ^ Seal script. 

fa-t 'iehii^^,^ Model calligraphy, 
usually by famous masters. 

feng-pei ^^f Circular hole near 

the top of a stone stele. 
hsingi-shu) ^ T ^ Running script. 
ku-wen :^ xL Archaic script. 
kuan f 1^ Monastery (often Taoist). 



li(-8hu) (Clerical) script. 

masjid Small mosque. 

miao Jil Temple (originally ancestral). 

mo-yai j^^ "Cliff smoothing," in- 
scriptions cut directly onto 
mountain cliffs. 

mu ^ Traced copy. 

mu-chih ^T|, Grave inscription, 
epitaph. 

pel 5^ Stele. 

pei-o o^^l^i Headstone appearing above 
the text of a stele. 

rubbing Ink squeeze from an engraved 
or stamped object. 

^anira-stupa She-U t 'a ^;j;'J i'^ reli- 
quary for relics of Buddhas or 
saints. 

shou-t 'i ^ ^ Caption title. 

szu ^ Temple, monastery. 

t 'ang ^ HaU. 

tracer Copyist who traces (mo-lo 
^^k% ) the original calligraphy. 

ts 'ao(-shu) ^ ^ Cursive script. 

tz 'u ^t^^ Shrine. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES 

In the catalogue entries these references are quoted by author and page number. 
For older Chinese blockprints first the chiian is given and then the page number, 
e.g., Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/la-2a (i.e., Wang Ch'ang: Chin-shih ts'ui-pien, chiian 14, 
fol. la-2a). The following abbreviations are used in the catalogue entries: c (commen- 
tary), r (reproduction), t (transcription). 

Additions to BibUographic References appear on page 461. 

Aoyama (1) 

Aoyama Sadao: Sodal no chizu to sono tokushoku. Tohogakuho (Tokyo).9.1939, 
143-172. 



Arlington (1) 

Lewis C. Arlington and William Lewisohn: In search of old Peking. Peking: H. 

Vetch 1935. 
Asia (1) 

William Charles White: Chinese Jews. Asia. 1936, 54-61. 
Bang (1) 

Willy Bang: Uber die Mandschu Version der viersprachigen Inschrift in der 

Moschee zu Peking. Keleti Szemle. 1902, 94-103. 
Bauer (1) 

Wolfgang Bauer: Zwei mehrsprachige Gedichtinschriften Kaiser Ch'ien-lungs 

aus dem "Gelben Tempel" zu Peking. Studia Sino-Altaica (Haenisch-Fest- 

schrift). Wiesbaden 1961. 21-30. 
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Marshall BroomhaU: Islam in China. A neglected problem. London 1910. Repr. 

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Chang Chung-hsin: Hu-pei chin-shih chih. (Separate ed. from Hu-pei t'ung-chih.) 



.{^t^ -Mit^Z^t: +®4 



C 

Chang T'ing-chi (1) 

Chang T'ing-chi: Ch'ing-i ko chin-shih t'i-shih 1891. In: Kuan-tzu-te chai ts'ung- 
shu. 



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Chao Chih-ch'ien (1) 

Chao Chih-ch'ien: Pu huan-yli fang-pei lu. 1864. 

Chao Hsi-kuang (1) 

Chao Hsi-kuang: An-yang hsien chih. 1799 (quoted ed. 1819). 



ii^H ^K%kt- 



Chao Hsien (1) 

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Chao Wan-U (1) 

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^douard Chavannes: Planches Pt. 1-2. Paris: Leroux 1909. (Mission archfeolog- 
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Chavannes (2) 

^douard Chavannes: La sculpture k I'^poque des Han. Paris: Leroux 1913. (Mis- 
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Chavannes (3) 

6douard Chavannes: La sculpture bouddhique. Paris: Leroux, 1915. (Mission ar- 
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Chavannes (4) 

^douard Chavannes: La sculpture sur pierre en Chine au temps des deux 
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Chavannes (5) 

^douard Chavannes: Dix inscriptions chinoises de I'Asie centrale, d'apr^s les 
stampages de M. Ch.-E. Bonin. Paris: Impr. Nationale 1902. (M6moires 
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Chavannes (6) 

Edouard Chavannes: Les deux plus anciens specimens de la cartographie 

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wan-chiian lou ts'ung-shu ed. 



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Chen Ytian (1) 

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Chen Yiin-jung (1) 

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Chi-fu t'ung-chih 

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Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1) 

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Ch'in-ting ch'ung-k'o Ch'un-hua ko t'ieh 
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Chou Hsing-jen (1) 

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Chu Feng (1) 

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CATALOGUE 

NO DATE 

1. Shih-ku wen ming tz'u so-pen 

(Reduced copies of the original stone drum inscriptions.) Chuan and 
cheng. N.p. 

Two sheets: 27 x 74. 245112. 

2. Hung-meng shih chung-ting wen mo-k'o 

'A 't t ti ^i X 1 M 

(Inscriptions from ancient bronze vessels.) Woodblock prints. 
Chuan. HUNG-MENG SHIH, engr. N.p. 

Album: 18 faces, 30 x 8. 245597/1 (d. 245597/2). 

3. [Ting-ming] 

("Rubbing of the famous Bronze Tripod Vessel on Silver Island," 
Laufer; picture and inscription.) Large bronze open vessel. Ku-wen. 
Hsi-an. 

31 X 62 (inscription). 109 x 78 (vessel). 121169. 

4. Tung Han Ch'uan-chiao hou Ma Ch'eng chih mu 

(Tombstone of MA CH'ENG, Marquis of Ch'iian-chiao under L. 
Han.) Cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku hsien. Recut copy. 

178x29. 244512/1. (d. 244512/2). 

Chi-fu t'ung-chih, 167, ku-chi 14, ling-mu 3/6237. 



2 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

5. [Tsao-hsiang chi shih-szu chih] 

(Inscriptions recording erection of Buddhist images.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

Fourteen sheets: 15x19, 11x17, 14x31. 245596. Largely indeci- 
pherable. 

6. [Tsax) kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi] 

(KUAN-YIN votive inscription.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 

34x13.245582. 

7. [ I I I I I ch'i-yueh liu jih LD-Ziui wei wang-fu tsao-hsiang chi] 



±^-13 l-.^tSiim^t 



(Votive inscription re: a Buddha image erected by CD-HUI.) Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

14x18.245581. 

8. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Sun Hua-Hl tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription by SUN HUA-D.) Cliff Site. Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 

19x9.245395. 

Chavannes (3), 40, est. 241, pi. DLX, no. 1495. 

9. [Fo ti-tzu Wang Jen-tse tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription erected by WANG JEN-TSE.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

15x15.245391. 

Chavannes (3), est. 21, pi. DLIX, no. 1465. 

10. [Tu Tseng-sheng tsao fo-hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 8 

(Votive inscription and figures erected by TU TSENG-SHENG, a 
military official.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

32 X 20. 245388. 

11. [Tu Wen-wei tsao fo-hsiang chi\ 

(Votive inscription and figures erected by TU WEN-WEI, a milit£u-y 
general.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

35x21. 245387. 

12. [Wang p'o tsao-hsiang] 

(Votive inscription and Buddhist images erected by Mrs. WANG.) 
Cheng, Honan. 

11x20. 245205. 

13. [Kuan-yin tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Votive inscription of Kuan-yin erected by CHOU QH.) Cheng. N.p. 
16 X 13. 245203. 

14. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching 

\^ Tl % U- ft ft £ k§. 

(Dharani.) Cheng. N.p. 

Two sheets: 91 x 54 (a), 61 x 59 (b). 245591 a-b. Incomplete. 

15. [P'u-t'o shih k'o yin-wen\ 

(Two inscriptions from P'u-t'o Mountain, "Liang hu sanjen'' and 
"D an.'V Stone seals. Chuan. Chekiang, P'u-t'o shan. 

57 X 26. 244909. 



4 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

16. Chiang-chiln shih 

(Three extant characters reading "Stone of General" [possibly LI 
CHING of T'ang].) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. 
Badly effaced stone. 

84x63.244281. 

17. Pen-szu szu-chih 

(Four characters indicating the boundaries of Pei-lin.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 95x70. 116459. 

18. [Ts'an-ch'ileh pu-ch'iian t'a-pen wu chih] 

(Five incomplete detached pieces of rubbing of which the text can- 
not be put together in a readable form or serial order.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 

245579 a-e. 

19. [Ch'ung-k'o Kou-lou Yii wen-pei chih i] 

(Record of regulating the waters of China attributed to Emperor 
Ytl.) A variety of chuan. May be a copy of 245619. N.p. Last 17 
characters missing. 

200 X 82. 244844/1. (d. 244844/2). See 818 (original), 1000, and 1450. 



20. Chao Wen-min hung pa cha chen-chi 



Mi^XC^V+LAlt 



(Eight copies of personal letters.) CHAO MENG-FU. Hsing: CHAO 
MENG-FU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

Nine sheets: 26 x 56 (a-h), 26 x 32 (i), 245510 a-i. Fa-t'ieh. 
21. Kuang-lu szu cheng-ch'ing Lu lao hsien-sheng Hsiin shu 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 6 

(Personal letter from SHEN YU to LU HSUN, President of the 
Court of Imperial Banquets.) Hsing: SHEN YU. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 

27 X 27. 245235. 

22. [UPai-lien hou chih t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription recording a visit by DPAI-LIEN.) Cheng. N.p. 
62x12.245590. 

23. Kuei-szuUhsiaHJH 



(Personal inscription indicating the summer of kuei-szu year.) Li. 
N.p. Fragment. 

48x14. 245588 a-b. 

24. [Fan Ch'ih-fu Chou Ch'ung-tao t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of FAN CH'IH-FU, CHOU CH'UNG-TAO, et 
al.) Cheng. N.p. Presumably added to a stone tablet. 

61 X 14. 245587. 

25. Chin-shih Yao Tu-lii [teng t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription by YAO TU-LU, a chin-shih.) Cheng. N.p. 
Cyclical date of chia-yin, 2nd month, 14th day given, but no reign. 

62x13.245578. 

26. [Chu-kuo fan ch'ih lin tzu] 

(Personal inscription by an Indian monk re: visit to Ling-yin Tem- 
ple.) Ch. and Sanskrit. Cheng. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 

43 X 53. 244923. 



6 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

27. [P'u-t'o shih-k'o wen] ,' 

# ?Z ^ M X 

(Personal inscription from P'u-t'o shan.) Cheng. Chekiang, P'u-t'o 
shan. Effaced. 

110x60. 244908. 

28. / T'ang Wang Yen chu-ch'u fu 

(Imitation of the chu-ch'u fu rhyme-style of WANG YEN of T'ang 
period.) Woodblock. Cheng. N.p. 

273x47. 244461. 

29. [Shih-chou hsien-yu yiin erh shou\ 

To -n 1 1 if - ¥ 

(Two stanzas of a five character verse by an unknown writer.) Ts'ao. 
Honan, K'ai-feng. 

37 X 72. 245086. 

30. \Teng Pai-ti ch'eng fu] 

1 1 ^ x& m 

(Poetical expressions re: a journey to Pai-ti ch'eng.) Hsing: CHANG 
PAI-HSIANG. Szechwan, Feng-chieh hsien. 

184x96. 245210. 

31. [K'an Nan-shan t'i-shih] 

4 #] uL 5S i--^ 

(Poem re: visit to Nan Mountain.) Cheng. Shensi, Nan-shan. Name 
effaced, but two characters, Chao chiin remain, presumably the 
native place of author. 

92x37.245425. 

32. T'ai-shan ch'iian-t'u 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 7 

(Pictorial map of T'ai Mountain giving detailed information.) Cheng. 
Shantung. 

110x62. 235581. 

33. Han Wen-kung tz'u t'u 

(Horizontal pictorial map of HAN YU Shrine.) Captions in cheng. 
Hopeh, Ch'ang-li. (After 824, death date of HAN YU). 

33x157. 235578. 

34. Kuan fu-tzu hsiang tsan 



^^itt 



(Seat^ Kuan Yii with dragon design on wedst; eulogy.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

ScroU: 110x59. 121228. 

35. [Chu-chu] 

(Painting of chrysanthemums and bamboo.) Li. Hsi-an. 
Scroll: 96x31. 116448. lUus. 

36. [Chu-chu] 

(Painting and poem of chrysanthemums and bamboo.) Li. CHANG 
T'AI-HO, engr. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 99x30. 116442. 

37. [Chung-kuo Yu-t'ai jen chia-p'u chi-lu] 

(Genealogical records of Chinese Jews.) Cheng. Honan, K'ai-feng. 
40 sheets: 17 x 29. 245065. Photostatic prints. 
White (1), pi. 3, pp. 1-104. 

38. (Reference to an agreement.) Arabic and Persian. Peking, Li- 
pai szu. 



8 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ( 

Two sheets: 33 x 26 (head), 156x94 (text). 244342/1. (d. 244342/2). 

39. (Ayat.) Arabic. Hopeh, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 
Two sheets: 12x 15 (head), 121 x 77 (text). 244353 a-b. 

40. (Mosque wall tablet giving instructions to Moslems.) Arabic. 
Hopeh, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 

Two sheets: 33 x 26 (head), 158 x 83 (text). 244356 a-b. 

41. (Mosque inscription re: the importance of scholars in the eyes 
of God.) Arabic. Hopeh, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 

27 X 20. 244359. 



42. (Ayat.) Arabic. Hopeh, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. Dragon 
motif on border. 

Two sheets: 21 x 25 (head), 131 x 77 (text). 244360 a-b. 



43. (Masjid inscription encouraging Moslems to build mosques.) 
HAFIZ BEN QUL MUHAMMAD.* Chinese and Arabic. Cheng. 
HSIAO CHANG of Ch'ang-an, engr. Hsi-an. 1522.* 

Scroll: 51 x 26 (head), 158 x 74 (text). 121029. Illus. 

Huart (2), no. 6 (r,t) 

*After completion of manuscript. 

44. (Commemoration to J A' [ ^z ] LAWYEH (lao-yeh ^ ^ , 
honorary title of an outstanding Moslem who built schools and mos- 
ques in Hsi-an fu. Died in 1907.)** Arabic. Hsi-an. (1907). 

Scroll: 182x80. 121164 (d. 244885). Illus. 

♦♦Information provided by Dr. Stetkevych after completion of manuscript. 

45. \Ch'ing-chen szu pei-wen] 

(Inscription from a mosque in Mou-kung hsien, Szechwan, said to 
have been copied from a stone in the Kaaba of Mecca.) Arabic. 
Szechwan, Mou-kung hsien. 

62x74. 195816. Illus. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 9 

46. {Ay at from a mosque tablet.) Arabic. N.p. Cloud motif on 
border. 

165 X 70. 244553/A. 

47A. (Prayers and general remarks on the Islamic faith; 
references to SHEIKH MANDUH. Mosque tablet.) Arabic, Per- 
sian. Hsi-an. Headstone shows a censer surrounded by clouds. 
Lotus motif on border. 

Scroll: 43 x 81 (head), 172 x 81 (text). 121030. 



I 48. ("There is only one God, and He is Allah." Mosque wall. 

J Arabic. N.p. Floral border design. 

i 46 x 24. 245550. 



49. (Fragment of Arabic inscription of three words without clear 
meaning.) Cheng. N.p. 

26x103. 245586. 

50. [Inc.:] mNon-par mkhyen-pa la phyag 'tshal lo 

(Prayer for ritual of the confession of sins [Ituhs-bsags] performed in 
prostration in front of the Tathagatas. Nine lines.) Tibetan. 
Szechwan? 

26x41. 233580. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

51. Om mani padme hum hi 

(One-line mantra.) Tibetan. Szechwan. 

14x47. 233577. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

52. Om matri mu ye sal le 'du 

(Thrice repeated mantra in four lines.) Tibetan. Szechwan. 

13x17. 233581. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 



10 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

53. (Incomplete mantra of three lines: (1) Om vajrasattva hum om 
vajra, (2) Sattva hum; (3) Om mani padme [hum].) Tibetan. 
Szechwan. 

33 X 38. 233582. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

54. (Portrait of the Tibetan goddess LHA-MO [SRIDEVf].) 
Szechwan. Obverse of 55. 

33 X 24. 233570 a. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. Illus. 

55. Om a hum (Mantra.) Tibetan in Lantsa script. Szechwan. 
Reverse of 54. 

33 X 24. 233570 b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

56. (Picture and inscription of a magic yf\\ee\—'khor-lo (Tibetan), 
cakra (Sanskrit). ''Kva'" appears on the hub; "a ka sa ma ra naiad ra 
sa ma ra ya phaf on the spokes). Tibetan. Szechwan, 

22 X 20. 233568. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

57. (Omani's and other auspicious sayings from Wu-t'a Temple.) 
Stone walls. Tibetan and Sanskrit in Lantsa script. Peking, Wu-t'a 
szu. Flower and animeJ design. 

58 sheets: 22 x 121, 58x 57. 244036-244091. 

Identified by Thupten Norbu, Univ. of Indiana. 

58. (Prayer formulas in three lines: (1) Mantra of Kalacakra: 
''Harn ksamalavaraya" in Lantsa script; (2) Same mantra in 
Tibetan; (3) Hum vajra phal.) Szechwan. 

40 X 24. 233573. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

59. (Three lines of mantras: (1) Om vagisvari mu; (2) Om mani 
padme hum hrih; (3) Om vajrapani hum.) Tibetan. Szechwan. 

33 X 23. 233576. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 11 

60. Om mani padme hurn hrih (One-line mantra.) Tibetan. 
Szechwan. 

17 X 34. 233575. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

61. Om mani padme hum (One line mantra.) Tibetan. Szechwan. 

19 X 36. 233579. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

62. Orn mani padme hum (One line mantra.) Tibetan. Szechwan. 

18 X 30. 233578. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

63. (Incomplete mantra of six lines: (1) Om a hum; (2-6) Con- 
tinuous ref>etition of the mantra Orn mani padme hurn.) Tibetan. 
Szechwan. 

33x 17. 233574. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union 
Univ. Mus. 

64. [Inc.:] mDo sde 'di la (Canonical text. 22 lines.) Tibetan. 
Szechwan. 

40 X 37 (A), 40 X 37 (B). 233571A-B. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., from 
West China Union Univ. Mus. 

65. [Inc.:] rDo-rje'i (Probably canonical text. 15 lines.) Tibetan. 
Szechwan. 

30 X 39. 233572 a-b. D.C. GRAHAM, coll., from west China Union 
Univ. Mus. 



CHOU 

66. [Feng-ni lo-wen] 

(Fingerprint seal.) Clay imprints. Hsi-an. (Chou). Object in FMNH. 
2x2. 117029. 

67. [Feng-ni yin-wen] 

(Inscription and fingerprint seal.) Clay imprint, obverse and reverse. 
Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

3x3 (a), 3x 2(b). 117033 a-b. 

68. [Feng-ni yin-wen] 

(One character seal: ^ .) Clay imprint. Hsi-an. (Chou). Object in 
FMNH. 

4x4.117037. 

Wu Shih-fen (1). 

69. [Tzu-sun yu] 

(Inscription from Yu type vessel.) Bronze ceremonial kettle. Ku 
-wen. Hsi-an. (Chou). Object in FMNH. 

6x5.117357. 

70. [T'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 



12 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 13 

(Inscription reading: ^^, "Great good fortune.") Pottery jug. 
Chuan. Hsi-an. Chou/Han. 

1x2. 118779. 

71. [T'ao-ch'i wen-tzu] 

(Two characters in negative position: iJ fe ? .) Globular pottery jar. 
Hsi-an. Chou/Han. Object in FMNH. 

4x2. 118782/1. 

72. [T'ao-ch'i wen-tzu] 

(Two characters: CH^ .) Pottery jar shoulder. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. 
Chou/Han. Object in FMNH. 

2x2. 118783/1. 

73. [T'ao-ch'i wen-tzu] 

(Four characters: ^ ^ QH.) Large gray pottery jar with traces of 
red paint. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

4x4. 118791/1. 

74. [T'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 

(Two characters: fl'-i^i , LIU K'AN, presumably name of maker.) 
Bottom of gray unglazed pottery jar. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

8x6. 118794/1. 

75. [T'ao-ch'i wen-tzu] 

(Two characters: a ' ^J ). Large red-burnt tripod pottery vessel. 
Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH, 

3x2. 118810/1. 



14 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

76. [Pao-ch'i wen-tzu] 

(Two characters: ^d. , possibly the name of the maker.) Pottery 
drinking cup of irregulfir shape. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

6x2. 118843/1. 

77. [Shih-ku wen] 

(Stone Drum inscriptions; presumably a conmiemoration to 
HSiJAN-WANG of Chou.) Ten round boulder fragments. Chuan. 
Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. Latter half of 8th cent. B.C. Partly effaced. 

Ten sheets: 124-130x46. 244096 a-j. lUus. 

Ecke (1), 4. Li Kuang-ying (1), l/8-20(c). Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 
4. Tsien (1), 64-67. Wang Ch'ang (1), 1/1-37. 



CHIN 

78. Chiu-t'a Lang-yeh t'ai pei 

(Commemoration re: Lang-yeh Mountain written by imperial order 
of CH'IN SHIH-HUANG.) Chuan: LI SZU. Shantung, S.E. coast of 
Chu-ch'eng hsien. Names of officials who accompanied the Emperor 
to Lang-yeh Mountain. 

Book with 10 faces: 24 x 16. 233919. Early Ch'ing rubbing. TUAN- 
FANG and LI TSUNG-T'UNG, colls. Notes and seals of verifica- 
tion, comments and appreciation. Illus. 

Hung Kua (1), 5/3-4. Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 14. Wang Ch'ang (1), 
4/12-17. Weng Fang-kang (1), ll/17b-24b. Notes in Chinese and 
English by LI TSUNG-T'UNG and M. K. STARR. 

79. [Ch'in Han wa tang wen-tzu] 

(Auspicious inscriptions.) Roof tiles. Ku/Ch'in li. Shensi and other 
provinces. (Ch'in/Han). 

Four sheets: approx. 15 x 15. 245121 a-d. 
Lo Chen-yti (2). 

80. [Ch'in Han wa tang wen-tzu] 

(Auspicious inscriptions.) Roof tiles. Ku/Ch'in li. Shensi and other 
provinces. (Ch'in/Han). 

Fourteen sheets: 19 x 19 (larger), 14 x 14 (smaller). 245122 a-o. 

Lo Chen-yii (2). 



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16 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



81. [Chung-kuo ku mu-chuan t'u] 

^t IS ^ J 



(Various hunting and animal scenes.) Tomb tiles. Lo-yang area. 
Warring States— Ch'in/F. Han. 

Fifteen sheets: 49 x 49— 51 x 154. 245617. From tiles at Royal On- 
tario Mus. lUus. 

White (2), pi. 4, 14, 16, 20, 28, 46, (similar to) 29, 33, 44, 52, 66, 81, 
82, 89. 

82. [Tuan-fang chi-ts'ang Ch'in-Han shih chiu-t'a san chung] 

(Three old rubbings from Ch'in and Han stone inscriptions collected 
by TUAN-FANG.) 

Book with three remounted rubbings. 233917a-c. TUAN-FANG and 
LI TSUNG-T'UNG, colls. Notes and seals of verification, com- 
ments, and appreciation. Colophons by Ch'ing scholars. Accompa- 
nying notes in Chinese and English by LI TSUNG-T'UNG and M. 
K. STARR. 

A. Ch'in T'ai-shan ts'an-tzu 

(Memorial inscription from T'ai Mountain.) Cliff site. Chuan: LI 
SZU. Shantung, T'ai-shan. 209 B.C. 

Ten characters from two stone fragments discovered on sunmiit of 
T'ai-shan during Ch'ien-lung reign; seven perfect characters and 
three partly damaged. 

Two faces: 34 x 12. 233917 a. Illus. Wang Ch'ang (1), 4/9-12. Wang 
Yiin (1), l/la-2a. 

B. [Han] ch'un-ch'en shang-shou k'o-shih [208]. 

C. Han Li-wang chung-tien k'o-shih [213]. 



HAN 

83. [Han hua-hsiang shih] 

("Mrs. WANG, two assistants" are the only remaining characters 
on stone.) Li. N.p. Pictures divided into two sections are uniden- 
tifiable. 



36 X 80. 244698. 








84. nhsien yu\ 


1 \Ung 


yen 


nf 






v*7 Ju 



(Fragmentary inscription,) Li. N.p. (Han). 
32 X 45. 245585. 

85. Ta-chi 

("Great luck", a two-character inscription.) Li. Chekiang, Shao- 
hsing hsien. (L. Han). 

62 X 27. 244949. 

86. Han Cheng-ch'iang hou Chang chiin ts'an-pei 

(Eulogy to Hon. CHANG, elder brother of the Marquis of Hsi- 
hsiang State.) Li. Honan, Chi-hsien. L. Han/Wei. Fragment 
discovered in late 19th cent, at Chi-hsien, Honan, and acquired by 
TUAN-FANG. 

Book with eight faces: 26x18. 233921. Early rubbing. TUAN- 
FANG and LI TSUNG-T'UNG, colls. Notes and seals of identifica- 

17 



18 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

tion. Accompanying notes in Chinese and English by LI TSUNG- 
T'UNG and M, K. STARR. lUus. 

Tuan-fang (1), 3/llb-15a. 

87. Chiu-t'a Han ts'an-pei [szu chung] 

(Eulogies to four Han persons: LIU CHUN, TZU-YU, YUAN-SUN, 
and "Cheng-chih. . . .", a reference title used in place of the missing 
name.) Li. Honan, An-yang hsien, Confucius Temple. 2nd cent. 
Tomb tablet fragments discovered either in late Ch'ien-lung or early 
Chia-ch'ing at An-yang. 

Book with 27 faces: 23x14. 233922. All first impressions from 
dates of discovery. YEN FENG, CHUANG CHIN-TU, TUAN- 
FANG, LI TSUNG-T'UNG, successive collectors. Title strips and 
notes from former mountings. Notes and seals of identification and 
appreciation. Handwritten colophons by Ch'ing scholars. Illus. 

Chao Hsi-kuang: Chin-shih lu, l/6b-10a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 19/17-23. 

88. [Han shih-k'o t'u-pan] 

(Part of series of pictorial tomb reliefs from various locations in 
Shantung described by Laufer (1) and Chavannes (2).) Marked 
245561/A, B, E, F, G, J. (A-1, C, D, H, I are missing): 

A.— (Joined trees and 20 sitting men.) Front view of B. 

85x81. 
B.— (Human figure and tigers.) Side view of A. 

22 X 89. 

Chavannes (2), 267-268, pi. DXXX, no. 1242, 1243 (c, picture). 
Laufer (1), 6-22 (c, picture). 

E.— (Fragment, chariot; hunting scene). 

43x54. 

Chavannes (2), 273, pi. DXXXI, no. 1260 (c, picture). Laufer (1), 
23, pi. 5 (c, picture). 

F.— (Musicians, search for tripod vessel, kitchen). 

71x59. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 19 

Chavannes (2), 273, pi. DXXXII, no. 1261 (c, picture). Laufer 
(1), 24-25, pi. 6 (c, picture). 

G.— (Two covered chariots, young King CH'ENG with Duke of 
Chou and Duke of Lu, yellow dragon). 

62x71. Illus. 

Chavannes (2), 274, pi. DXXXIII, no. 1262 (c, picture). Laufer 
(1), 26-28, pi. 7 (c, picture). 

J.— (Four chariots, two-story palace on pillars with profile figures). 
Border motif of lozenges. 

74x111. 

Chavannes (2), 275, pi. DXXXV, no. 1264 (c, picture). Laufer (1), 
30-33, pi. 10 (c, picture). 

89. [Han hua-hsiang shih-k'o] 

(Four Han pictorial tomb reliefs from Shantung described by Laufer 
(2) and Chavannes (2).) Marked 245560 A-D: 

A.— (Three sections showing musicians, entertainers, kitchen). 

57 X 56. 

Chavannes (2), 276, pi. DXXXVI, no. 1265 (c, pictures). Laufer 
(2), 107-108 (c, picture). 

B.— (Search for the tripod vessel). 

63 X 72. 

Chavannes (2), 276, pi. DXXXVII, 1266 (c, picture). Laufer (2), 
108, pi. II (c, picture). 

C— (Three sections showing HSI-WANG-MU, lunar story, proces- 
sion). 

53x55. 

Chavannes (2), 276-278, pi. DXXXVIII, no. 1267 (c, picture). 
Laufer (2), 109, pi. Ill (c, picture). 

D.-(Reception of MU-WANG by HSI-WANG-MU). Badly dam- 
aged. 

60x138. 

Chavannes (2), 277, pi. DXXXIX, no. 1268 (c, picture). Laufer 
(2), 109-112 (c, picture). 



aO FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

90. [Han hua-hsiang shih san-shih] 

(Illustrations of a bird, dragon, chariots, cavaliers.) Shantung. 
Three sheets: 51 x 54 (a), 16 x 90 (b), 36 x 162 (c). 244699 a-c. 
Chavannes (1), pi. XCIX, no. 188. Chavannes (2), 250 (c). 

91. [Han hua-hsiang shih chiu-chung] 

(Illustrations of mythical birds, creatures, figures.) Shantung, 
various sites in I-chou prefecture. 2nd cent. Partly indecipherable. 
Rubbing e is reverse of 276. 

Nine sheets: 18-49 x 40-142. 244700 a-i. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XCII, no. 173, 174, 175, 182. Chavannes (2), 
247-248. Fa Wei-t'ang (1), ts'e 6-7. Laufer (1), 27-28. 

92. [Han hua-hsiang shih-k'o] 

(Illustration of two-story house, musicians, dancers, large tree, 
figures holding umbrellas. In style of Wu Liang tz'u.) Tomb slab. 
Shantung, Chi-ning chou. 

62 X 142. 245595. lUus. 

Chavannes (2), pi. 182. 

93. [Han hua-hsiang shih-k'o] 

(lUustrations of chariots, birds, etc. simileir in style to Wu Liang 
tz'u.) Tomb slab. Cheng. Shantung, Chi-ning chou. 

Four sheets: 123 x 64 (1-2), 114 x 68 (3), 38 x 54 (4), 245593 1-4. 

94. [Chu chlin ch'ang] 

(Three character inscription.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Con- 
fucius Temple. Fragment. 

63x57. 244706/1 (d. 244706/2, 244706/3. 244706/4). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 21 

Footnotes and statement by WENG FANG-KANG added. 
Juan Yiian (1), (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 19/15 (t,c). 

95. [Han hua-hsiang-shih] 

^X :s, 1^ -^ 

(Han stone with historical figures— King CH'ENG, Duke of Chou, 
CONFUCIUS and disciples visiting LAO-TZU.) Li. Shantung, Chi- 
ning chou. 

42x212. 244697. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XCI, no. 169. (2), 241-242 (c). 

96. Han ts'an-shih Li Tung-ch'i t'i-ming 

(Personal inscription of Ch'ing scholar added to a Han fragment.) LI 
TUNG-CH'I. Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 

37 X 74. 244674. 

97. The following L. Han tomb slab scenes are all from Shantung, 
Chia-hsiang hsien, Ts'ai shih yuan. Inscriptions in li. Ref.: 
Chavannes (2), 259-261, pi. DIV-DIX. 

Hua-hsiang chia 

A.— (Building, figures, chariot, etc.) 

50x154. 245535. 

PL DIV, no. 1219 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang i 

B.— (Hsi-wang-mu.) 

69x73. 245536. 

PI. DV, no. 1220 (c,r). 



Hua-hsiang ping 



^ 
« 



22 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

C— (Hsi-wang-mu.) 

60x77. 245537. 

PI. DV, no. 1221 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang ting 

tit J 

D.— (Hsi-wang-mu and hunting scene.) 
62 X 73. 245538. 
PI. DVI, no. 1223 (c,r). 
Hua-hsiang wu 

E.-(Visit of CONFUCIUS with LAO-TZU, kitchen.) 

72x73. 245539. 

PI DVI, no. 1223 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang chi 

F.— (King CH'ENG, kitchen scene.) 

63x75. 245540. 

PL DVII, no. 1224 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang keng 

iiijk 

G.— (Figure, bird, chariots.) 

48x130. 245541. 

PI. DVII, no. 1225 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang hsin 

4 it f 

H.— (Kitchen scene.) 

28x72. 245542. 

PI. DIX, no. 1226 (c,r). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 28 

Hua-hsiang jen 

I.— (Official chariot.) 

29 X 56. 245543. 

PI. DIX, no. 1227 (c,r). 

Hua-hsiang kuei 

J.— (Hunting scene.) 

30 X 56. 245544. 

PI. DIX, no. 1228 (c,r). 

98. Hua-hsiang i ch'u Chia-hsiang Hung-fu szu 

♦ ft- ±^*¥iS$i4 

(Decorated stone no. 1, four sections depicting a vessel, combatants, 
official audience, and raising of the tripod vessel). Li. Shantung, 
Chia-hsiang hsien, Hung-fu szu. 

89x40. 245525. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXVII, no. 148; (2) 222-224 (c). Juan Yiian (1) 
8/18 (c). 

99. Hua-hsiang erh ch'u Chia-hsiang Ch'i-jih shan Sheng-shou szu 

(Decorated stone no. 2, six sections showing human figures.) Li. 
Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, Ch'i-jih shan, Sheng-shou szu. Badly 
effaced. 

119x29. 245526. 

Chavannes (2), 262 (c); pi. DX, no. 1229. 

100. Hua-hsiang san ch'u Chia-hsiang Sui-chia-chuang Kuan 



miao 



(Decorated stone no. 3 showing an official procession.) Li. Shantung, 
Chia-hsiang hsien, Sui-chia chuang, Kuan-miao. 



24 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

40x136.245527. 

Chavannes (2), 262 (c); pi. DX, no. 1230 (r). Juan Yiian (1), 8/19b-20a 
(c). 

101. Hua-hsiang szu ch'u Chia-hsiang Sui-chia chuang Kuan miao 

(Decorated stone no. 4, two sections showing musicians and enter- 
tainers.) Li. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, Sui-chia chuang, Kuan- 
miao. 

53x50.245528. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXIX, no. 151 (r); (2), 1/227-228 (c). 

102. Hua-hsiang wu ch'u Chia-hsiang Shang-hua-lin ts'un Chen- 
wu miao -#72, -r- ,1, ^ --^ , -^j-LLi-t -v ri- 

i (i ix i:. ^ Tf J:^ ^#ft ^ AM 

(Decorated stone no. 5 showing figures, horses, and chariots.) Li. 
Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, Shang-hua-lin ts'un, Chen-wu miao. 

40x171. 245529. 

Chavannes (2), 1/263 (c), pi. DXI, no. 1231 (r). Juan Yuan (1), 8/17a 
(c). 

103. Hua-hsiang liu ch'u Chia-hsiang Wu-chia chuang Kuan-yin 

(Decorated stone no. 6 showing figures, chariots, birds, architecture 
representational of homage to the dead.) Li. Shantung, Chia-hsiang 
hsien, Wu-chia chuang, Kuan-yin t'ang. 

68 X 99. 245530. lllus. 

Chavannes (2), 1/263, pi. DXII, no. 1232 (c,r). Fairbank (1). 

104. Hua-hsiang ch'i ch'u Chia-hsiang Hsi-chia chuang 

(Decorated stone no. 7 showing an official procession.) Li. Shantung, 
Chia-hsiang hsien, Hsi-chia chuang. 

38x112.245531. 

Chavannes (2), 263, pi. DXI, no. 1233 (c,r). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 26 

105. Hua-hsiang pa ch'u Chia-hsiang ch'eng hsiao-hsueh fang 

(Decorated stone no. 8 showing two chariots, and man on 
horseback.) Li. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, PubHc Primary 
School. 

46x85. 245532. 

Chavannes (2), 263, pi. DXIII, no. 1234 (c,r). 

106. Hua-hsiang chiu ch'u Chia-hsiang Hung-chia miao 

(Decorated stone no. 9 with two sections: CONFUCIUS paying visit 
to LAO-TZU; horse and chariot.) Li. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, 
Hung-chia miao. 

89x70. 245533. 

Chavannes (2), 263, pi. DXIV, no. 1235 (c,r). 

107. Hua-hsiang shih ch'u Chia-hsiang Shang ts'un 

(Decorated stone no. 10 showing an official procession of three 
chariots and two horsemen.) Li. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, 
Shang ts'un. 

41x157. 245534. 

Chavannes (2), 264, pi. DXIII, no. 1236 (c,r). 

108. [Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih tung-pi hua-hsiang] 

(Mythical and memorial scenes from eastern wall of shrine at Hsiao- 
t'ang mountain.) Tomb slab. Li. Shantung, northwest of Fei-ch'eng 
hsien, Hsiao-t'ang shan. 

All vertical measurements 150; horizontal varies from 60-202. 
244569. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXVI, no. 47; pi. XXVIII, no. 50. Chavannes (2), 
78-83 (c). 

109. [Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih tung-pi hua-hsiang ts'an-t'a] 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



^±^:G~^t^it\t'^l^^ 



(Memorial scene from stone fragment of east wall of shrine at Hsiao- 
t'ang mountain.) Tomb slab. Shantung, northwest of Fei-ch'eng 
hsien, Hsiao-t'ang shan. 

17x65. 244591. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXVI, no. 47; pi. XXVIII, no. 50. Chavannes (2), 
78-83 (c). 

110. {Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih hsi-pi hua-hsiang] 

(Mythological and memorial scenes from west wall of shrine at 
Hsiao-t'ang mountain; captions.) Inscriptions added at later date. 
Tomb slab. Li. Shantung, northwest of Fei-ch'eng hsien, Hsiao t'ang 
shan. 

145x201. 244588. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XVII, no. 48; pi. XXVIII, no. 49. Chavannes (2), 
84-87. 

111. [Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih chung-chien hou-pi hsi-pu hua- 
hsiang ts'an-t'a] 

(Memorial scene from stone fragment of west part of rear wall in 
center shrine at Hsiao-t'ang mountain.) Tomb slab. Shantung, 
northwest of Fei-ch'eng hsien, Hsiao-t'ang shan. 

32 X 59. 244593. 

Chavannes (2), 75-78 (c). 

See also preceding entry (110). 

112. [Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih chung-chien hou-pi tung-pu hua- 
hsiang] 

^±x:s%^ iWit^I t %? i it 

(Memorial scenes from east part of rear wall in center shrine at 
Hsiao-t'ang mountain.) Tomb slabs. Shantung, northwest of Fei- 
ch'eng hsien. Hsiao-t'ang shan. Upper portion of rubbing missing. 

62x160. 244592. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 27 

Chavannes (1), 1. XXV, no. 46; Chavannes (2), 76-77. Hung I-hsuan 
(1), l/23a-b. Juan Yuan (1), 7/5b-12b (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/1-11 (c). 
Weng Fang-kang (1), 14/9b-14a (c,t). 

113. Han Wu-yen t'ai-shou Liu Yiieh pei ts'an-shih 

(Epitaph of LIU YUEH, Governor of Wu-yen under Han.) Li. Shan- 
tung, Tung-p'ing chou, Confucius Temple. Fragment. 

84x86. 244681. 

Hung Kua (1), ll/23a-24a (t,c). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 7/5a-6a (t,c). 

114. [Lu hsiang yeh K'ung miao ts'an-pei] 

(Visit of respect by Chancellor of Lu State to Confucius Temple.) Li. 
Shantung. Ch'u-fu. Fragment. 

64 X 47. 244624. 

Hung Kua (1), 17/8a-9a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 19/7-11 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 7/4a-6a (t,c). 

115. Shih-chai tz'u yiian 

(Picture of the garden of imperial preparation for worship.) Li. Shan- 
tung, Tsou hsien, Pai-yang-shu ts'un, Kuan-ti miao. 

76x48. 245463. 

Chavannes (2), 245, (1), pi. XCV 180. Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (pic- 
ture, c). 

116. [Han hua-hsiang chuan] 

(Nine illustrations showing horse and rider, t'ao-t'ieh mask, tiger, 
tree, border designs.) Stamped brick from tomb. Shensi. Object in 
FMNH. 

33x19. 127891. 

117. [Hua-wen Han chuan wen-tzu] 



28 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

-I'll ^-^ ^A %K X '4- 

(Designs and inscription.) Stamped brick from tomb. Chuan. Hsi-an. 
Object in FMNH. 

Two sheets: 32x32 (obverse), 32x31 (reverse). 118970/1 a-b (d. 
118970/2 a-b). 

118. [Han hua-hsiang chuaii] 

(Illustrations: kneeling men with hou tablets, t'ao-t'ieh mask, border 
designs.) Stamped brick from tomb. Shensi. 

21x12. 127892. 

119. [Wa tang wen-tzu] 

(Auspicious inscriptions and animal figures.) Various tiles. Ch'in 
li/ku li. Hsi-an, 

Eight scrolls, each with five rubbings about 16 x 16: 

121168/a: White Tiger figure and characters; chiin tile; shang-lin; 
fu; tomb tile. 

121168/b: Red Bird figure; Green Dragon figure; three auspicious 
inscriptions. 

121168/c: phoenix figure; four auspicious inscriptions. 

121168/d: bird with yen-nien characters; shou-ch'eng characters; 
auspicious omen inscription; imperial garden inscription; shrine 
tile inscription. 

121168/e: dragon figure playing with pearl; two auspicious in- 
scriptions; YIN family tomb tile; wei character. 

121168/f: deer figure; shrine tile; tomb tile; auspicious inscription; 
fu character. 

121168/g: phoenix figure; four inscriptions. 

121168/h: phoenix figure; four inscriptions. 

Lo Chen-yii (2). 

120. Yii t'ien wu-chi 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 29 

("Like Heaven without end.") Roof tile. Ku li/Ch'in li. Hsi-an. 
23x23. 118917/1 (d. 118917/2, 118917/3). 



121. Ch'ang-lo wei-yang 

("Long joy at Wei-yang [Palace].") Roof tile. Ku li/Ch'in li. Hsi-an. 
16x16. 195819 (d. 195819/2). 



122. Ch'ang-lo wei-yang 

("Long joy at Wei-yang [Palace].) Roof tile Ku li/Ch'in li. Hsi-an. Ob- 
ject in FMNH. 

20x20. 118708/1 (d. 118708/2, 118708/3). 

Chicago Natural History Bulletin, 30. 1959, no. 12, cover (r). 

123. [Han wa tang hua-wen] 

(Geometric designs made for the Imperial Palace.) Roof tile. Ku 
li/Ch'in li. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

21x12. 118951. 

124. \H.an wa tang hua-wen] 

(Oblong from crest of roof.) Roof tile. Ku li/Ch'in li. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

18x12.118952. 

125. Ch'ang-sheng wu-chi 

("Long life without end.") Roof tile. [Ku-li] Ch'in h. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

17 X 18. 118940/1 (d. 118940/2, 118940/3). 

126. Ch'ang-lo wei-yang 



30 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

i<- 4t. aN >\1 

("Long joy at Wei-yang [Palace].") Roof tile from Wei-yang Imperial 
Palace. Ch'in li/ku li. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

19x8. 120294/1 (d. 120294/2). 

127. [Han mu-chuan hua-wen] 

(Geometric design in relief explained as a tiger head, used over Han 
tomb entrances.) Tomb tile. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

11x24. 118958/1 (d. 118958/2). 

128. [Han t'ao-lu wen-tzu] 

(Three characters translated as "May it long serve son and grand- 
son.") Pottery stove. Chuan, Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

7x2. 118186/1 (d. 118186/2, 118186/3). 

129. [Feng-ni yin-wen] 

(Four character seal: ,iikz^i? .) Clay imprint. Chuan. Hsi-an. Ob- 
ject in FMNH. 

3x3.117039. 

130. [T'ao-p'en wen-tzu] 

(Inscription reading: tli^ , HSIEH CH'A, presumably the name of 
the maker.) Pottery basin bottom. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

12x8. 118746/1. 

131. [T'ao-p'en wen-tzu] 

I SJ ysi. yL -T" 

(Inscription reading ,% ti , HUI LI, presumably the name of 
maker.) Pottery basin bottom. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

8x9. 118747/1. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 31 

132. [T'ao-p'an wen-tzu] 

(Inscription reading: ^:k.\Z\ CHANG TA-D, presumably the 
maker's name.) Pottery tray bottom. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

18x8.118748/1. 

133. [T'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 

(Inscription reading: Q ij 4- ± "May your daily profits be 1000 gold 
pieces.") Unglazed pottery water jar. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

3x9. 118835/1. 

134. [Han yin-wen] 

(Four characters: ril. L^ , indicating an official rank of Prince 
CHING.) Bronze seal. Chuan. Hsi-an. Copied from original seal of 
jade. Object in FMNH. 

3x3.117054/1. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 5, [5a]. 



135. [Ku chien] 



(Tiger engraving and unrecognizable design.) Bronze double-edged 
sword. Hsi-an. (Han). 

44x4. 116755. 

136. [T'ung-ching hua-hsiang chi ming-wen] 

(Pictures of Hsi-wang-mu, Tung-wang-kung, dragon, and censer; in- 
scription in outer zone.) Bronze mirror. Chuan. Hsi-an. 

20x19.117102. 

137. [Han Ho shih hsien-jen ching] 



32 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY . 

It ^^ ilk tl 

(Mythological figures and the name, HO SHIH; inscription in outer 
zone.) Bronze mirror. Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

20x20. 117102 bis. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 6, mirror no. 20. 

138. [Han t'ung-ching ming-wen] 

(Inscription reading: 1. a i. JL^T A PI .) Bronze mirror. Chuan. Hsi- 
an. 

10x10. 118291. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng, Chin-so, vol. 6, no. 91. 

139. [Han t'ung ch'ien-p'an] 

(Thirteen coins in relief.) Bronze plate. Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

34x34.117453. 

140. [Han chu chu-t'ai hua-wen] 

(Rosette in relief.) Iron candlestick base. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 
lOx 10. 120998/1 (d. 120998/2, 120998/3). 

141. Ta-chi 

("Great luck.") Cast iron tripod lamp. Li. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 
9x7. 120997/1 (d. 120997/2, 120997/3). 

142. ''Ta-chi ch'ang'' and ''I-hou wang" 

("Great luck" inscription.) Cast iron stove from tomb. Li. Hsi-an. 
Object in FMNH. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 88 

Two sheets: 11x6. 120985/1 a-b (d. 120985/2 a-b, 120985/3 a). 

143. [Shih-k'o hua-wen fo-hsiang] 

% fA'J tt \0i {^ \%_ 

(Ten standing Buddhist figures with halos.) Szechwan. (Han). 
Two sheets: 9 x 30 (a), 10 x 31 (b). 233587 a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

144. [Ch'i-hu hsiang] 

(Man on a tiger.) Stone tomb relief from a coffin. Szechwan. 2nd 
cent. 

18 X 28. 233509. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

145. [Shuang-hu hsiang] 

(Two crouching tigers, simileir to 147.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan. 
2nd cent. 

17 X 29. 233510. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

146. [Mien-chii hsiang] 

(Mask.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan. 2nd cent. 

19 X 28. 233515. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

147. [Shuang-hu hsiang] 

(Two tigers, back to back.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan. 2nd cent. 
13 X 29. 233516. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

148. [P'ao-ma hsiang] 

(Prancing horse.) Stone coffer relief. Szechwan. 2nd cent. 
42 X 54. 233520. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



34 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

149. [Wan-sui chuan] 

("Long life.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. (L. Han). 

36 X 6 (edge), 36 x 22 (flat surface). 233614. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

150. Shu shih [hua-wen chuan] 

("Made for the Master of Shu.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 

Mounted: 17x35 (flat surface), 5x35 (side). 233607. D. C. 
GRAHAM, coll. 

151. Shu-chiin tso [chuan] 

("Made in Shu-chiin.") Tomb brick. Chuan. Szechwan. 

One sheet with four rubbings: 13 x 7, 13 x 7, 31 x 14, 31 x 7. 233605. 
D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

152. Mai-ts'ao-che hua-chuan 

(Zoomorphic designs.) Tomb brick. Chuan. Szechwan. 

32 X 20 (decorated surface), 31x6 (edge). 233604. D. C. GRAHAM, 
coll. 

153. Fu-kuei ch'ang [chuan] 

(Eight auspicious phrases, such as "May riches and honor 
flourish.") Building brick. Chuan. (Szechwan). (F. Han). 

40 X 42. 233609. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Shodo zenshu, vol. 2/176, pi. 55. 

154. [Ch'ing-lung hsiang] 

(Flying Azure Dragon.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 35 

Mounted: 19 x 82. 233498 (d. 233584). D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

155. [Hua-hsiang chuan] 

(Human and animal figures.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan. 2nd cent. 
29x31. 233511. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

156. [Ta-men chi shuang feng hsiang] 

(Illustration of a central gate with roof, double doors fitted with 
mask and ring handle; phoenix.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan. 2nd 
cent. 

19 X 81. 233529. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

157. [Han hua-hsiang chuan k'o-tzu chi shuang-yii t'u] 

(Auspicious inscription with kissing fish and ma character, possibly 
indicating tomb of MA family.) Tomb brick. Chuan. Szechwan. Mid- 
2nd cent. 

35 X 6 (brick edge), 35 x 20 (flat surface). 233589. D. C. GRAHAM, 
coll. 

158. [Han hua hua-wen chuan] 

'i 1 ^ ^fe^ 

(Two sides of a brick showing geometric designs.) Szechwan. Mid- 
2nd cent. 

Two sheets: 8 x 23 (a), 8 x 23 (b). 233543 a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll., 
from West China Union Univ. Mus. 

159. [Han hua hua-wen chuan] 

(Two sides of a brick.) Tomb brick. Szechwan. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: two rubbings: 7x22 (a), 7x22. 233542 a-b. D. C. 
GRAHAM, coll., from West China Union Univ. Mus. 



36 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

160. [Han hua-hsiang chuan nii-shen t'u] 

(Female divinity..) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan. Mid-2nd cent. 
Mounted: 37 x 21. 233483. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

161. [Han hua-hsiang chuan shen-jen shen-shou chi chu-ch'iieh t'u] 

>i 1 1 ^# ^ T-t f^; & ifc -t « 

(Mythological creatures, human and animal, including the Red 
Bird.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 40 x 22. 233490. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

162. [Han hua-hsiang chuan li-che chi shen-shou t'u] 

(Human figure and mythological creature.) Tomb brick relief. 
Szechwan. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 39x 21. 233496. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



163. [Han hua-hsiang chuan pai-hu chi shou-mien hsien-huan t'u] 



iii^l^tit^f^ifitlill'^ 



(White tigers and t'ao-t'ieh with ring in mouth.) Tomb brick relief. 
Szechwan. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 39x 24. 233514. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

164. [Shuang-ch' Ueh chung ch'i-che ch'ih-mao hsiang] 

(Two three-tiered memorial pillars between which rides a horseman 
bearing a banner-draped lance.) Stone coffer relief. Szechwan, Hsin- 
chin, Pao-tzu shan, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 

61 X 73. 233518. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), p. 27, pi. 51. Wen Yu (1), pi. 29 (see also pi. 26-28). 

165. [Tai-chien hsiang] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 87 

(Officials wearing swords.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, 
Szechwan Provincial Mus. 

85 X 65. 233486. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 43. Wen Yu (1), pi. 4. 

166. [Han hua-hsiang chuan liu-po t'u\ 

(Four figures gaming at liu-po.). Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Hsin- 
chin, Pao-tzu shan. Mid-2nd cent. 

37 X 46. 233473. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. Illus. 

Rudolph (1), 33, pi. 80. Wen Yu (1), pi 79. 

167. [Fu-hsi Nii-kua hsiang] 

(Two serpent-tailed creatures representing Fu-Hsi and Nu-kua.) 
Stone coffer relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Pao-tzu shan. 

61 X 48. 233492. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 29, pi. 48. Wen Yu (1), pis. 38, 26, 27. 

168. [She-niao hsiang] 

^i ■% t 

(Legend of HOU I showing an archer, joined trees with phoenix and 
other birds.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Pro- 
vincial Mus. 

66 X 208. 233501. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

169. [Han hua-hsiang shih Hang ch'eng-ch'e chi ts'ung-che t'u] 

(Chariots, galloping horsemen, footmen.) Stone coffer relief. 
Szechwan, Hsin-chin. 

59 X 206. 233524 a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 26, pi. 39. 

170. [I-ma hsiang] 



38 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



%%. 



(Winged horse.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin Szechwan 
Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

53 X 55. 233513. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 46. Wen Yu (1), pi. 37. 

171. [Chu-ch'ueh chi p'u-shou hsiang] 

(Right profile of Red Bird, and t'ao-t'ieh with ring handle in mouth.) 
Stone tomb door relief; mate to 172. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan 
Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

169 X 65. 233508. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
Rudolph (1), p. 29, pi. 60. 

172. [Chu-ch'iieh chi p'u-shou hsiang] 

(Left profile of Red Bird, and t'ao-t'ieh with ring handle in mouth.) 
Stone tomb door relief; mate to 171. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan 
Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

170 X 73. 233507. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
Rudolph (1), p. 29, pi. 61. 

173. [(^hu-ch'iieh chi p'u-shou hsiang] 

(Red Bird and t'ao-t'ieh with ring handle in mouth.) Stone tomb door 
relief; mate to 174. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 
2nd cent. Partly effaced. 

168 X 65. 233506. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

174. [Chu-ch'ueh chi p'u-shou hsiang] 

(Red Bird and t'ao-t'ieh with ring handle in mouth.) Stone tomb door 
relief; mate to 173. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 
2nd cent. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 39 

172 X 66. 233505. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. Illus. 
Rudolph (1). 30, pi. 63. 

175. [Chu-ch'iieh hsiang] 

At i 

(Red Bird.) Stone tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin Szechwan Pro- 
vincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

54 X 59. 233504. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 49. Wen Yu (1), pi. 39. 

176. [Feng-huang hsiang] 

(Two long-tailed phoenix representing auspicious omens.) Stone 
tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd 
cent. 

65 X 64. 233502. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

177. [Ch'ing-lung hsiang] 

(Spiney dragon holding a pi by his tongue.) Stone tomb relief. 
Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

65 X 106. 233500. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 47. 

178. [Fu-hsi Nii-wa hsiang] 

(Fu-hsi and Nii-wa with serpent bodies, holding sun and moon.) 
Stone tomb relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 
2nd cent. 

63 X 68. 233493. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 29, pi. 59. 



179. [Erh jen tso hsiang] 



40 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Two seated figures with outstretched hands.) Stone tomb-door 
relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

84 X 67. 233488. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

180. [Hsiang-jen hsiang] 

^ >v ^ 

(Five figures with masks, possibly entertainers.) Stone tomb. 
Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

66 X 197. 233485. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 26, pi. 38. Wen Yu (1), pi. 33. 

181. [Han hua-hsiang chuan t'ing-chang t'u\ 

(Guardian official t'ing-chang; vertical band of lozenges.) Brick. Li. 
Szechwan, Lu-chou. 2nd cent. 

41 X 18. 233484. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

182. [K'ung-tzu wen-li teng hsiang] 

^L 4- ly It ^ %_ 

(Three sections showing important historical meetings: CON- 
FUCIUS seeking instruction from LAO-TZU; Gov. YEH; SHEN 
NUNG and TS'ANG CHIEH.) Stone tomb relief. Cheng. Szechwan, 
Hsin-chin. 2nd cent. 

61 X 190. 233482. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

183. [Tso-che hsiang] 

(Portrait of seated man.) Stone tomb door relief. Szechwan, Hsin- 
chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

92x48. 233481. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 45. 

184. [Ts'ang-k'oudhsiang] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 41 

(Two seated figures playing the game of ts'ang-k'ou.) Stone relief. 
Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. 2nd cent. 

66 X 79. 233480. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Wen Yu (1), pi. 48. 

For the ts'ang-k'ou game see M 32264.37. 

185. [Hsi-yiian hsiang] 

(Four figures with swords, either combat or theatrical scene.) Stone 
coffer relief. Szechwan, Hsin-chin. Mid-2nd cent. 

65 X 98 (a), 57 x 100 (b). 233535 a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

Rudolph (1), 26, pi. 41. Wen Yu (1), pi. 46. 

186. [Feng-huang hsiang] 

(Pair of phoenix on branch of tree.) Stone coffer relief. Szechwan, 
Hsin-chin. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 56 x 69. 233503. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 48; 26, pi 37. Wen Yu (1), pi. 42. 

187. [Shen-jen liu-po hsiang] 

(Winged spirits gaming at liu-po.) Stone coffer relief. Szechwan, 
Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 54 x 96. 233491. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 29, pi. 57. Wen Yu (1), pi. 35. 

For the liu-po game see Tz'u-hai, 157b. 

188. Entry deleted. 

189. [Hsi-wang-mu hsiang] 

^5 i -^ fc 

(Hsi-wang-mu on dragon-like tiger throne; other symbolic figures.) 
Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 2nd cent. 



42 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

40 X 42. 233495. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
190. [Han hua-hsiang chuan fei-jen t'u] 



(Winged figures with human faces.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 

Mounted: 44 x 44. 233494. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 36, pi. 95. 

191. [Han hua-hsiang chuan p'eng-jen t'u] 

(Kitchen scene showing preparation of food.) Tomb brick relief. 
Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 

Mounted: 42 x 43. 233474. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Starr (2), 3. 

192. [Han hua-hsiang chuan pin-feng t'u] 

(Harvesting grain, fowling with bows.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 

Mounted: 42 x 43. 233477. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 32, pi. 76. Wen Yu (1), pi. 72. 

193. [Han hua-hsiang chuan yen-lo t'u] 

It i %. %\\h t^ t 

(Festivities.) Tomb brick reUef. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng 

Mus. 

Mounted: 42 x 42. 233472. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
Rudolph (1), 32, pi. 77. Wen Yu (1), pi. 76. 

194. \Han hua-hsiang chuan yen-chi t'u] 

(Feast and entertainment.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Chengtu, 
Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 43 

Mounted: 42 x 47. 233470. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 
Rudolph (1), 32, pi. 49. 

195. [Han hua-hsiang chuan wu-tao t'u] 

(Entertainers and spectators.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Chengtu, 
Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 

Mounted: 42 x 47. 233469. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 32, pi. 78. Wen Yu (1), pi. 75. 

196. [Chih-ma chi ch'iin-shou hsiang] 

(Galloping horses and wild animeds.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 2nd cent. 

41 X 44. 233512. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

197. \Hua lung-hsiang chuan] 

(Various zoomorphics.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi- 
ch'eng Mus. 2nd cent. 

40 X 42. 233499. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

198. [Po-shou t'u] 

(Hunting scene.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng 
Mus. 2nd cent. 

41 X 44. 233497. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

199. [Han hua-hsiang chuan lien-hua szu-chou niao-shou t'u] 

(Lotus surrounded by animal and bird figures.) Tomb brick relief. 
Szechwan, Pan-pien-chieh (near Chengtu). Mid-2nd cent. 

46 X 37. 233586. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



44 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Graham (1), pi. 17. 

200. [Han hua-hsiang chuan ch'eng-lu t'u] 

(Prancing deer/horse and rider.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, 
Chengtu. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 43 x 44. 233533. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. Illus. 

201. [Han hua-hsiang chuan ch'e-ma t'u] 

(Chariot and horsemen.) Tomb brick reUef. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hsi- 
ch ' eng Mus. Mid-2nd cent. 

42x46. 233517. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 33, pi. 82. Wen Yu (1), pi. 88. 

202. [Han hua-hsiang chuan yen lieh t'u] 

(Salt production and hunting.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, 
Ch'iung-lai, Hua-p'ai-fang, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. 

37 X 47. 233471. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 33, pi. 91. Wen Yu (1), pi. 73, 74. 

203. [Han hua-hsiang chuan tung shih-men t'u] 

(Market scene at the East Gate of the city.) Tomb brick relief. Li. 
Szechwan, Kuang-han, Chou-ts'un. 

Mounted: 28 x 48. 233475. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 36, pi. 93. Wen Yu (1), pi. 93. 

204. Kuang-han chiin Li [hua-wen chuan] 

("Made by/for LI of Kuang-han chiin.") Tomb brick relief. Li. Szech- 
wan, Kuang-han. 

Mounted: 17x5 (inscribed end), 36 x 18 (flat surface), 36 x 5 (edge 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 46 

with geometries). 233610. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

205. [Han hua-hsiang chuan shen-jen shen-shou t'u] 

:)l i ^ % Tt A tt ^k ^ 

(Human and animal divinities.) Tomb brick relief. Szechwan, Lu- 
chou, Hsi-ch'eng Mus. Mid-2nd cent. 

Mounted: 39x 22. 233489. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



206. Tzu-chung Ch'eng (?) [chuan] 



^* + /i[^]|ii 



("Made for/by CH'ENG of Tzu-chung.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan, 
Tzu-chung (north of Tzu-yang hsien). L. Han/Shu Han. 

33 X 9 (edge), 33 x 24 (flat surface). 233615. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

207. Meng Hsiao-chii pei 

(Eulogy to MENG HSIAO-CHU.) HUANG YANG. Li. Yunnan, 
Chao-t'ung hsiang. Han/Wei. Footnote by HSIEH CH'UNG-CHI 
dated 1901. 

Scroll: 124x76. 116487. 

208. Ch'un-ch'en shang-shou k'o-shih 

(Congratulatory inscription made by court officials to the Prince of 
Chao.) Cliff site. Chuan. Hopeh, west of Yung-nien hsien, Lou-shan. 
158 B.C. 

118x17. 245580 (d. 233917-b. TUAN-FANG and LI TSUNG- 
T'UNG, resp. colls.). lUus. 

Chao Chih-ch'ien (1), 1/3. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 2/la-3a. 

209. Wu-feng [nien chuan] 

(Wu-feng reign period.) Tomb brick. Chuan. Szechwan. (57-52 
B.C./A.D. 254-256). 



46 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

7x7. 233612-b. 

210. Wu-feng erh nien Lu san-shih-szu nien liu yiieh szujih ch'eng 

i JiL -:::^ ^ 4- -^ H- \29 ^ 7^ ^ \7P B ;5i 

(Two inscriptions: a F. Han with only date; a subsequent Chin ex- 
plaining the finding of the Han stone.) Li (Han). Hsing (Chin). 56 
B.C. and 1191. Whether both from same stone is uncertain. 

Two sheets: 24 x 24 (a), 24 x 25 (b). 244622 a-b. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 5/1-4. Weng Fang-kang (1), 7/6a-8b. 

211. [I-tzu teng ming-wen] 

(Inscription indicating date, maker, and weight.) Bronze lamp base 
rim. Chuan. Hsi-an. 52 B.C. Object in FMNH. 

6x5.117385/1. 

212. Kan-lu erh nien [chuah] 

("Made for/by HUANG HSIAO, 2nd year of Kan-lu.") Tomb brick. 
Szechwan. 52 B.C./Wu, 257. 

One sheet mounted with three rubbings: 12x5 (dated edge), 15x4 
(decorated end), 15x16 (flat surface). 233619. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

213. Han Li wang chung-tien k'o-shih 

(Eulogy to Prince LI, Heir Apparent.) Tomb tablet. Chuan. 
Kiangsu, Yang-shou, Kan-ch'iian shan. (50 B.C.). Possibly from 
tombstone of Prince LIU HSU, 5th son of Han WU-TI. 

Nine faces: 26x 19. 233917c. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 5/30-31. 

214. [Han iva tang wen-tzu] 

(Dated inscription of "Chien-chao 3rd year, 5th lunar month.") Roof 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 47 

tile. Cheng. Hsi-an. 36 B.C. 
18x8. 118902/1 (d. 118902/2). 

215. [Han t'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 

(Dated pottery.) Clay jar. Li. Hsi-an., 7. Object in FMNH. 
20x6. 118615/1. 

216. [Han chuan wen-tzu] 

(Dated inscription of "Chu-she 2nd year, 3rd lunar month.") Tomb 
brick. Li. Hsi-an. 7. Object in FMNH. 

23x8. 118947/1 (d. 118947/2). 

217. [Chii-she erh nien tsao chuan] 

(Dated inscription of Chii-she 2nd year, 2nd lunar month.) Tomb 
brick. Li. Hsi-an. 7. Object in FMNH. 

28x5. 121105/1 (d. 121105/2). 

218. Yung-p'ing ch'i mien erh yiieh nien tso \hua-chuan] 

(Dated tomb inscription.) Brick. Li. Szechwan. 64. 

Mounted: 35 x 7 (date), 25 x 17 (dec. edge), 35 x 7 (surface). 233600. 
D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

219. [I-ma hsiang] 

(Winged horse in prancing posture.) Stone coffer. Szechwan. Hsin- 
chin, Szechwan Provincial Mus. (70, according to Rudolph). 

Mounted: 50 x 64. 233519. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 27, pi. 46. Starr (2), 2. Wen Yu (1), pi. 37. 



48 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

220. Chien-ch'u yiian nien [chuan] 

("First year of Chien-ch'u.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 76. 
19 X 8 (dated edge), 19x 12 (flat surface. 233620a (d. 233620b). 

221. K'un-ti liu jen kung mai shan-ti Chien-ch'u yiian nien chu 
tz'u chieh-ti chih san-wan ch'ien 

(Property document re: joint purchase of hill land for residency by 
six brothers at 30,000 coppers.) Li. Chekiang, Shao-hsing hsien. 76. 

82x120. 244949A. 

222. [Nan-wu-yang shih-ch'Ueh] 

(Memorial to HUANG SHENG-CH'ING of P'ing-i.) Pillars. Li. 
Shantung, Nan-wu-yang hsien. 86. Partly indecipherable. 

Eight sheets: 106-115x40-54. 244701 a-h. 

Chao Ming-ch'eng (1), 14/3. Chavannes (1), pi. LXXXI, no. 154; pi. 
LXXXII, no. 155; pi. LXXXIII, no. 156, pi. LXXXV, no. 157. 
Chavannes (2), 229-234 (t,c). 

223. [Han Yung-yilan pa nien hua-hsiang chuan] 

(Dated brick with geometric, anthromorphic, and zoomorphic 
designs.) Tomb brick. Szechwan. 96. 

23 X 20. 233606. (d. 233538). D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
Rudolph (1), 34, pi. 98. 

224. [Yen-p'ing yUan] nien pa yiieh nien jih tsao hua-wen chuan 

(Design from dated brick.) Tomb brick. Li. (Szechwan). 106. See 
233611 for complete brick. 

24 X 34. 233588 (d. 233611). D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 49 

225. Yen-p'ing yiian yiieh [chuan] 

ik.^ 9t^ Pi 

("First month of Yen-p'ing.") Tomb brick. Szechwan. 106. 

One sheet with two rubbings: 15x6 (dated edge), 15x9 (flat sur- 
face). 233618 a (d. 233618 b). D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

226. [Han hua-hsiang shih-k'o] 

(Illustration of two-story house, a visit of distinction, and phoenix, 
all in style of Wu Liang tz'u; erected to PO-YU, a deceased elder 
son.) Tomb slab. Li. Shantung. 109. 

95 X 120. 245594. Inscription partly indecipherable. 

227. [Han hua-hsiang shih] 

(Portraits and animals from Han tombs.) Slab. Shantung [Chi-ning 
chou]. (112). Inscription effaced. 

69x110. 244597. 

228. [Ch'ui-yii hsiang] 

'■"t "4- 1. 

(Yii player.) Tomb brick relief. Li. Szechwan, P'eng hsien, Hsi-ch'eng 
Mus. (123). Possibly engraved posteriorly. 

32 X 290. 233487. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Wen Yu (1), pi. 78. 

229. [Yung-chien shih t'ang hua-hsiang t'i-tzu\ 

(Inscription and illustration of a hall from a shrine dated Yung-chien 
reign, Han.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 130. 
Three colophons added to stone in Ch'ing. 

32x50, 34x97 (colophon). 244598, 244675/1 (d. 244675/2, 
244675/3). 

Chavannes (2), pi. DII. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 3/23b-24b. Yeh Ch'ang- 
ch'ih (1), 5/38-39 (c). 



50 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

230. [Han Yung-ho erh nien hua-hsiang chuan Hsi-wang-mu t'u] 

(Hsi-wang-mu and geometries.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan, Hsin- 
chin. 137. 

One sheet with four rubbings: 40 x 12 (undecorated surface), 39 x 7 
(side), 12 X 7 (ends). 233593. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 37, pi. 97 (also 96, similar). 

231. Tun-huang t'ai-shou P'ei Ts'en chi-kung pei . 

(Meritorious monument to P'EI TS'EN, Governor of Tun-huang.) 
Li. Sinkiang, Pa-li-k'un. 137. 

100 X 44. 245483 (d. 244632). 

Chavannes (2), 17-24 (t,c). Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), 2 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 7/11-14. Weng Fang-kang (1), 14/2a-4a (t,c). 

232. Han ku I-chou t'ai-shou Pei-hai hsiang Ching chiin ming 

(Epitaph of Hon. CHING, Governor of I-chou, Szechwan, and 
Chancellor of Pei-hai, Shantung who died in A.D. 143.) Li. Shan- 
tung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. (144). Damaged stone, 
Feng-pei included. 

43x21 (head), 154x77 (text). 244599 (d. 244601/1, 244601/2, 
244601/3). 

Hung Kua (1), 6/9a-lla (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 7/15-29 (t,c). 

233. [Pei-hai hsiang Ching chiin ming-pei yin] 

(List of officials and donors to tablet erected to Hon. CHING, Chan- 
cellor of Pei-hai.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 
(144). Reverse of 232. 

141 X 75. 244333 (d. 244602, 244670). 

Hung Kua (2), 16/3b-8a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 7/15-29 (t,c). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 61 

Wu Liang Tz'u 

Note: The following rubbings were taken from slabs of the Wu 
family shrine located in Tzu-yiin shan, Chia-hsiang hsien, Shantung. 
The inscriptions, largely captions, were incised in li-shu, the pic- 
tures in low relief. The name of Wu Liang was taken from one mem- 
ber of the family and retained when the entire shrine was excavated 
in 1786. All rubbings here have been placed under the earliest given 
date in this collection, A.D. 147, which appeared on a pillar ap- 
proaching the shrine. Four of these pillar rubbings and two epitaphs 
of the Wu family are included here with the shrine rubbings. 

The Field Museum collection includes three sets acquired by Bert- 
hold Laufer when he visited the shrine in 1903. Only one set is con- 
sidered complete. The 116 series is mounted in scroll form. Later 
stones pertaining to the Wu family may be found under the Ch'ing 
dynasty, cat. nos. 1796, 1812, 1813, 1944. 

234. {Wu shih shih-ch'iieh ming\ 

(Memorial inscription re: the WU family; illustrations.) Pillar. 
MENG FU, LI TI-MAO, engravers. 147. 

143 X 63. 244696 (d. 116369, 244747). 

Chao Ming-ch'eng (1), 14/8 (t,c). Chavannes (1), no. 63. Chavannes 
(2), 102-103 (t,c). Hung Kua(l),6/13b(t). Jung Keng(l), 10-11. Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 8/8-10 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 15/52b-54a (t,c). 

235. [Wu shih shih-ch'iieh hua-hsiang] 

(Memorial illustrations from south face of west pillar.) Pillar. 

105 X 61. 116350. Rubbing incomplete. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXXIX, no. 65 (r). Chavannes (2), 119-120 (c). 

236. [Wu shih shih-ch'iieh fu-chu hua-hsiang shih\ 

(Memorial illustrations from south face of west pillar buttress at 
tomb site.) Pillar. 147. 

99 X 52. 244595. Rubbing incomplete. 



52 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXXIV, no. 58, pi. XL, no. 68. Chavannes (2), 
121-122 (c). 

237. [Wu shih shih-ch'iieh fu-chu hua-hsiang shih] 

(Memorial illustrations from north face of west pillar buttress at 
tomb site.) Pillar. 147. 

93 X 53. 244596. Rubbing incomplete. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXXIII, no. 57; pi. XL, no. 67. Chavannes (2), 
121-122 (c). 

238. Ku Tun-huang ch'ang-shih Wu chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of WU PAN, former ch'ang shih [commander] of Tun- 
huang.) 147. Inscriptions partly effaced. 

48x23 (head), 132x62 (text). 244575 (d. 116402, 233923, 244748). 

Chavannes (2), 96-101. Chavannes (4), pictures. Hung Kua (2), 
6/11-13 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 8/1-8 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 
15/49-52. 

239. Han ku chih-chin-wu ch'eng Wu chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of WU JUNG, assistant Imperial Palace guard, Han 
dynasty.) [168-172]. Rilievo. 

28 X 24 (head), 130 x 47 (text). 244607/la-b (d. 244607/2, 244607/3, 
244607/4). 

Chavannes (2), 106-108. Hung Kua (1), 12/7b-8b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 12/1-7 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 8/33a-35a (t,c). Yang Tien-hsiin 
(1), 12-13 (mu-pei). 

240. [Wu Liang tz'u hua-hsiang] 

2t jil m i it 

(Illustrations.) 
A-[Ti-i shih] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 53 

.^ ~~ A-J 

(Stone 1: mythological emperors, filial sons, and loyal ministers.) 

150 X 134. 244724/1 (d. 244724/2, 116390). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLIV, no. 75 (r). Chavannes (2), 122-144, 154-157 
(t,c). Fairbank (1). Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Hung Kua (2), 
6/1-15 (r,c). Jung Keng (1), 6-14 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 20/1-54 (r,c,t). 
Weng Fang-kang (1), 15/1-22 (t.c). 

B—[Ti-erh shih] 

^ -— A-7 

(Stone 2: scenes of virtuous and loyal persons in history.) 

154 X 135. 244590/1 (d. 244590/2, 244725, 116379). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLV, no. 76 (r). Chavannes (2), 137-166 (t,c). Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Hung Kua (2), 6/1-15. Jung Keng (1), 
14-19 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 20/14-54 (r,t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 
15/22-26 (t,c). 

C— [TV san shih] 

(Stone 3: scenes of virtuous women and filial sons in history, famous 
political figures, and reception of Chou Mu-wang by Hsi-Wang-Mu.) 

124x203. 244576 (d. 244723, 244736, 116379bis). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLVI, no. 77 (r). Chavannes (2), 135-137, 145-153, 
157-158 (t,c). Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Hung Kua (2), 6/7-15. 
Jung Keng (1), 19-24 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 20/27-36 and 48-51 
(r,t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 15/26-29. 

241. [Wu shih tz'u K'ung-tzu chien Lao-tzu hua-hsiang shih] 

(CONFUCIUS meeting with LAO-TZU.) Parts effaced. 

31 X 160. 244587/1 (d. 244587/2, 244587/3, 244587/4, 244587/5). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXI, no. 137. Chavannes (2), 219-220 (r,c). Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,t,c). Hung Kua (2), 3/l-2a (inscription only 
and c). Jung Keng (1), 32-33 (t.c). 



54 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

242. [Wu shih tz'u-hsiang jui-t'u] 

(Marvelous objects of good omen.) 
A— [Shih chih i] 

(Stone 1). Relief badly damaged, but in FENG YUN-P'ENG's 
times, seven illustrations still existed. 

74x206. 244571 (d. 244751, 116389). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLVII, no. 79; XLVIII, no. 81-87. Chavannes (2), 
166-169 (t,c). Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,t,c). Juan Yuan (1), 
7/29b-30 (c). Jung Keng (1), 33-34 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 20/36-54 (c). 
Weng Fang-kang (1), 5/41-44 (c). 

B—[Shih chih erh] 

(Stone 2.) Relief badly damaged, but in FENG YUN-P'ENG's 
times, 15 illustrations still existed, 

71x205. 244717/1 (d. 244717/2, 116354). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLVII, no. 78; pi. XLVIII, no. 88 (r). Chavannes 
(2), 169-173 (t,c). Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (t,c). Juan Yiian (1), 
7/30-32 (c). Jung Keng (1), 34-36 (r,t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 20/36-54 (c). 

C—[Shih chih san] 

(Stone 3.) Damaged fragment. Re-discovered by HSIEN-YUAN 
HUA in 1871. 

72x70. 244573 (d. 244720, 116368). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLVIII, no. 80. Chavannes (2), 174 (t,c). Jung 
Keng (1), 36. 

243. [Wu Liang tz'u ch'ien shih-shih hua-hsiang] 
(Illustrations from front shrine.) 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 55 

A—[Shih chih i] 
Oi- 
lstone 1: CONFUCIUS' disciples). 
28 X 146. 116319 (d. 244569/a, 244730). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLIX, no. 103 (r). Chavannes (2), 174-175 (c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3. Juan Yiian (1), 7/32 (c). 

^—{Shih chih erh\ 

(Stone 2: Hsi-wang-mu, CONFUCIUS' disciples, and a cortege of 
officials; captions partly effaced.) 

88 X 192. 244569/b (d. 116361, 244738). 

Chavannes (1), pi. L, no. 105. Chavannes (2), 175-177. Feng Yiin- 
p'eng (1), vol. 3. Jung Keng (1), notes p. 26. 

Q—\Shih chih san] 

(Stone 3: homage to the deceased; captions.) 

69 X 142. 244569/c (d. 244719, 116352). 

Chavannes (1), no. 107. Chavannes (2), 163-164, 177 (t,c). Fairbank 
(1). Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (t,c). Jung Keng (1), 26. Weng Fang- 
kang (1), 15/40-41 (t,c). 

D— [S/w7i chih szu\ 

(Stone 4: official procession; captions.) 

26x313. 244569/d (d. 244729, 116347). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LII, no. 108. Chavannes (2), 177-178. 

E— [S/w7i chih wu\ 

(Stone 5: 21 disciples of CONFUCIUS and a procession of officials; 
captions partly effaced.) 



56 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

63 X 193. 244569/e (d. 244718, 116358). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LI, no. 106. Chavannes (2), 179. Feng Yiin-p'eng 
(1), vol. 3. Jung Keng (1), 26. 

F—[Shih chih liu] 

(Stone 6: battle on the bridge and in river boats; captions partly 
effaced.) 

78 X 195. 244569/f (d. 116380). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LII, no. 109. Chavannes (2), 179-181 (t,c). Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (t,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/35-36 (t,c). Jung Keng (1), 
26-27 (t,c). 

G—[Shih chih ch'i] 

;&z. t 

(Stone 7: paragons of filial piety; funerary feast. Captions and pic- 
tures partly effaced.) 

79 X 195. 244569/g (d. 116372, 244722). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XLIX, no. 104 (r). Chavannes (2), 182-185 (t,c). 
Fairbanks (1). Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Jung Keng (1), 27-28 
(t.c). 

}l—[Shih chih pa ch'ien-mien] 

(Stone 8: front face; supernatural creatures and historical figures; 
captions.) Badly damaged; both figures and inscriptions difficult to 
see. 

60 X 195. 116388 (d. 244569/hl). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LIV, no. 112 (r). Chavannes (2), 185-186 and 136 
(t,c). Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Juan Yuan (1), 7/38 (t,c). Jung 
Keng (1), 28-29. 



\—\Shih chih pa pei-mien] 
(Stone 8: reverse; story of CH'I HUAN KUNG and KUAN 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 67 

CHUNG, procession of officials, etc.; captions.) Relief and inscrip- 
tions badly damaged. 

59 X 196. 116367 (d. 244569/h2). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LIV, no. Ill (r). Chavannes (2), 187-188. Fair- 
banks (1), 10-24, fig. 1, 6. Juan Yiian (1), 7/38 (t,c). Jung Keng (1), 29. 

J—[Shih chih chiu] 

(Stone 9: official procession; captions.) Partly damaged. 

24 X 149. 244569/i (d. 244731, 116345). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LVIII, no. 120 (r). Chavannes (2), 188 (t,c). Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3. Jung Keng (1), 29 (t,c). 

K—[Shih chih shih] 

(Stone 10: attempted assassination of the king of Ch'in later known 
as CH'IN SHIH-HUANG, etc.; captions.) 

63 X 91. 244569/j (d. 116351). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LV, no. 113. Chavannes (2), 183. Feng Yiin-p'eng 
(1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Jung Keng (1), 29-30 (t,c). 

\j—[Shih chih shih-i] 

Z L + - 

(Stone 11: official procession, etc.; captions.) 

66x69. 244569/kl (d. 244569/k2, 116383). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LV, no. 114 (r). Chavannes (2), 189-190 (t,c). Feng 
Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/40 (t,c). Jung Keng (1), 
30 (t,c). 

M—[Shih chih shih-erh] 

Z L-^ ^ 

(Stone 12: calendar plant, anecdotal scenes.) 

67x69. 244569/1 (d. 244718, 116355). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LVI, no. 116 (r). Chavannes (2), 190-192 (t,c). Feng 



58 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Ytin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/40-41 (t,c). Jung Keng 
(1). 30 (t.c). 

N—[Shih chih shih-san] 

(Stone 13: interior of a house.) Partly effaced. 

67 X 89. 244569/m (d. 244714, 116371). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LVII, no. 117 (r). Chavannes (2), 192-193 (t,c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,t,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/41 (t,c). 

0—\Shih chih shih-szu] 

(Stone 14: official procession; captions.) 

26 X 150. 244569/n (d. 244732, 116387). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LV, no. 115 (r). Chavannes (2), 193 (t,c). Juan Yiian 
(1), 7/41-43b (t,c). 



244. [Wu Liang tz'u hou shih-shih hua-hsiang] 



3t ^#: m \k. zr* 



(Rear shrine). 

A—[Shih chih i\ 

Ad L- 

(Stone 1: mythological aquatic creatures, entertainers, etc.) 

105 X 144. 224568/a (d. 244728, 116374). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXVI, no. 130 (r). Chavannes (2), 207-208 (t,c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/42-43b (t,c). 

B — {Shih chih erh] 

(Stone 2: mythological figures, meeting of Tung-wang-kung and 
Hsi-wang-mu.) 

100 X 137. 244568/b (d. 244734, 116376). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 69 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXVII, no. 131 (r). Chavannes (2), 209-210 (t,c). 
Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/43 (t,c). 

C — [Shih chih san\ 

(Stone 3.) Rubbing lacking in FMNH collection. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXVIII, no. 132 (r). Chavannes (2), 210-212 (c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,c). Sun Tso-ytin (1). 

D—[Shih chih szu] 

(Stone 4: mythological scenes, Gods of Wind, Thunder, etc.) 

93 X 144. 244568/d (d. 244735, 116378). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXIX, no. 133 (r). Chavannes (2), 212-213 (t,c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (r,c). 

E—[Shih chih wu] 

(Stone 5: mythological scenes; Fu-hsi and Nii-wa, etc.) 

94 X 144. 244568/e (d. 244743, 116375). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXX, no. 134 (r). Chavannes (2), 213. Feng Yiin- 
p'eng (1), vol. 3. Jung Keng (1), 4. 

F — [Shih chih liu] 

(Stone 6: official procession.) Relief badly damaged. 

31 X 227. 244568/f (d. 244750, 116348). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXI, no. 135 (r). Chavannes (2), 213-214 (c). Juan 
Yiian (1), 7/46 (c). 

G—[Shih chih ch'i] 

(Stone 7: battle at the bridge and on water.) 
62x204. 116382 (d. 244568/g, 244744). 



60 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXI, no. 136 (r). Chavannes (2), 214. Feng Yiin- 
p'eng (1), vol. 3. Jung Keng (1), 4. 

H—[Shih chih pa] 

(Stone 8: official procession, etc.) Relief badly damaged. 

58 X 203. 244568/hl (d. 116366). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXII, no. 139 (r). Chavannes (2), 214 (c). Juan 
Yiian (1), 7/46-47. Jung Keng (1), 4 (c). 

I — [Shih chih pa pei-mien] 

(Stone 8, reverse: 20 CONFUCIUS disciples, etc.) Partly damaged. 

47 X 198. 244568/h2 (d. 244716, 116363). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXIV, no. 14 (r). Chavannes (2), 214-215 (c). 
Juan Yiian (1), 7/47 (c). Jung Keng (1), 4. 

J— [Shih chih chiu] 

Z LiL 

(Stone 9: battle scene at the bridge.) 

60 X 212. 116364 (d. 244568/i). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXI, no. 140 (r). Chavannes (2), 215-216 (c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (c). Juan Yuan (1), 7/47 (c). 

245. [Wu Liang tz'u tso shih-shih hua-hsiang] 

ii t m i ;5 :£ t it 

(Left shrine.) 
A— [Shih chih i] 

z t - 

(Stone 1: illustrated anecdotes of famous people in history; inscrip- 
tions.) Partly effaced. 

56x110. 244578 (d. 116362). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LVIII, no. 118, 119. Chavannes (2), 194-199. Feng 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 61 

Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r.t.c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/47-49 (c). Jung Keng (1), 
30-32 (t,c). 

B—[Shih chih erh] 

Z L^ 

(Stone 2: mythological scenes, 18 CONFUCIUS disciples, and of- 
ficial procession.) 

82 X 180. 244215 (d. 116360, 244737). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LIII, no. 110 (r). Chavannes (2), 199-200 (c). Juan 
Yiian (1). 7/49-50 (c). 

C — [Shih chih san] 

(Stone 3: CH'IN SHIH-HUANG and the Chou tripod, etc.) 

69x203. 224745 (d. 224580, 116370). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LIX, no. 122 (r). Chavannes (2), 200-201. Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,c). Juan Yiian (1), 7/50-51 (c). 

T)—[Shih chih szu\ 

(Stone 4: attempted assassination of the King of Ch'in, later known 
as CHIN SHIH-HUANG, etc.) 

79x61. 244740 (d. 116386). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LX, no. 123, Chavannes (2), 202. 

E—[Shih chih wu] 

(Stone 5: story of CHAO TUN, etc.; inscriptions.) 

72 X 62. 244582 (d. 244741, 116357). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXI, no. 124 (r). Chavannes (2), 202-203 (c). Feng 
Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,c). Jung Keng (1), 32 (t,c). 

F—[Shih chih liu] 



62 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Stone 6: 13 disciples of CONFUCIUS.) 

32 X 134. 244583 (d. 244749, 116346). 

Chavannes (1), pi. XII, no. 125 (r). Chavannes (2), 202 (c). Feng Yiin- 
p'eng (1), vol. 4 (t,c). 

G—[Shih chih ch'i\ 

(Stone 7: YEN YING'S famous ruse, etc.) 

68x68. 244739 (d. 244584, 116359). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXIII, no. 127 (r). Chavannes (2), 203-205 (c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,c). 

H— [S/ii/i chih pa] 

(Stone 8: historical figures.) 

66x69. 244585 (d. 116356). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXIV, no. 128 (r). Chavannes (2), 205-206 (c). 
Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (r,c). Jung Keng (1), 22 (t,c). 

l—{Shih chih chiu] 

(Stone 9: homage to the deceased.) 

69 X 139. 244742 (d. 244586, 116353). Illus. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXV, no. 129 (r). Chavannes (2), 206-207. Fair- 
bank (1). Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (c). Juan Yuan (1), 7/53 (c). 

246. [Wu shih tz'u hua-hsiang ts'an-shih] 

(Mythological creatures.) Damaged stone. 

61x108.116381. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXII, no. 138 (r). Chavannes (2), 220 (c). 

247. [Wu shih tz'u hua-hsiang shih] 

51 (\^^^^itZ 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 63 

(Hsi-wang-mu and Tung-wang-kung.) 
47x110. 116385. lUus. 
Fairbank (1), fig. 10. 

248. [Wu shih tz'u Ho K'uei hua-hsiang shih] 

(Illustrated stories of CONFUCIUS, HO K'UEI, LIU HUI, etc.; 
captions and other inscriptions.) Fragment re-discovered by 
HSIEN-YUAN HUA in 1871. 

59x51. 244572 (d. 116365). 

Chavannes (1), pi. LXXV, no. 143 (r). Chavannes (2), 216-219 (t,c). 
Jung Keng (1), 24-26 (t,c). 

249. [Wu shih tz'u Wang Ling mu hua-hsiang shih] 

(Mother of WANG LING, and Duke LING; captions.) Fragment re- 
discovered in 1880. 

60x83.116373. 

Chavannes (1), pi. LVII, no. 118 (r). Chavannes (2), 196-199 (r). Jung 
Keng (1), 31-32 (t,c). 

250. [Wu shih tz'u hua-hsiang shih] 

(Chou Mu-wang visits with Hsi-wang-mu.) Footnote by TS'AI 
SHOU-SHENG indicates the stone was re-discovered in 1882. 

45x127. 244715. 

Fairbank (1), (r). 

251. Wu shih pei 

(Three characters on tomb tablet of the WU family.) Cheng. Accord- 
ing to Ch'ing scholar LI PAO-HSUN, this title was added in the Six 
Dynasties to reverse of 238. 

112x62. 244574/1 (d. 244574/2, 116401). 



64 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Chavannes (4), pi. XIII, (c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 15/50 (t,c). 

252. Wu chia-lin shih-chu 

'^ % 41" S 4i 

(WU family forest). Pillar. Cheng. Possibly made in Six Dynasties. 
Stone re-discovered by HUANG I in 1786. 

64x 13. 244328/1 (d. 244328/2). 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), vol. 3 (picture and c). Jung Keng (1), 37 (t,c). 

253. Hsiao-fu Chao fu-jen tzu I-wen hsiang 

(Figure of Lady CHAO, daughter-in-law of CHAO MAI.) Stone 
relief tomb door; mate to 254. Li. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan 
Provincial Mus. (150). 

Mounted: 88 x 43. 233479. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 30, pi. 64 (see also pi. 65). Wen Yu (1), pi. 22 (see also pi. 
21). 

254. [Chao Mai Chao Yiian hsiang] 

(Figures of CHAO MAI and his son, CHAO YUAN.) Stone relief 
tomb door; mate to 253. Li. Szechwan, Hsin-chin, Szechwan Provin- 
cial Mus. (150). 

90x66. 233478. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 30, no. 65. Wen Yu (1), pi. 21 (see also pi. 22). 

255. [Han t'ung-ch'i ming-wen] 

(Inscription from bottom of large tripod reading: ^t^hyt^ m.j^ .) 
Bronze vessel. Chuan. Hsi-an. 151. Object in FMNH. 

19x15. 117424/1. 

256. [T'ung-ting k'uan-shih] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 65 

(Dated inscription from botton of tripod reading: ^ ^ ^ ^ .) Bronze 
tripod. Chuan. Hsi-an 151. 

19x15. 117425. 

257. [Han Yiian-chia yiian nien hua-hsiang chuan k'o-tzu chi yii 

''"' i%9uh9z^i.\%.nM •? Ik. *. # 

(Dated brick with geometries, fish, and auspicious words.) Tomb 
brick. Szechwan. 151. 

19 X 18 (flat surface), 33 x 5 (edge). 233590. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

258. K'ung-miao chih shou-miao pai tan tsu shih pei 

(Request for establishment of Confucius Temple guard.) Li. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 153. 

189x88. 244615. 

Hung Kua (1), l/14b-17b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 8/18-29. Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 6/12b-16a (t,c). 

259. [K'ung Ch'ien chieh] 

(Epitaph of K'UNG CH'IEN.) Li. Feng-pei near top. 154. 

63x40. 244623. 

Hung Kua (1), 6/17a-b (t,c). Hung Kua (2), 5/1 5b (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 9/1-2, (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 7/3a-4a (t,c). 

260. K'ung chiin chih mu 

(Epitaph of Hon. K'UNG, a 19th lineal descendent of 
CONFUCIUS.) Li. 155. Headstone not included in Museum's collec- 
tion. Text highly undecipherable. Stone re-discovered in 1793. 

84 X 46. 244626. 

Chao Ming-ch'eng (1), 15/3 (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 9/2-3 (t,c). 



66 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

261. [Lu hsiang Han Lai tsao K'ung miao li-ch'i pei] 

(Statement issued by HAN LAI re: Confucius Temple ceremonial 
equipment.) Li. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Confucius Temple. 156. Famous 
Han Lai stone. 

166x75. 244617A. 

Hung Kua (1), l/17b-20a (t,c). Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 3. Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 9/4-40 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 6/la-12b (t,c). 

262. Lu hsiang Han Lai tsao K'ung miao li-ch'i pei-yin 

(Names of contributors.) Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 
156. Reverse of 261. 

167x78. 244616B. 

Hung Kua (1), l/20a-22a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 9/4-40 (t,c). Weng Fang- 
kang (1), 6/2b-4a (t,c). 

263. [Lu hsiang Han Lai tsao K'ung miao li-ch'i pei-ts'e] 

(Names of contributors and amounts.) Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Con- 
fucius Temple. 156. Sides of 261. 

Two sheets: 163 x 20 (a), 164 x 19 (b). 244618a-b C. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 9/9-32 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 6/4b-12b (t,c). 

264. Yung-shou san nien tso [chuan] 

("Made in the 3rd year of Yung-shou".) Tomb brick. Chuan. 
Szechwan. 157. 

17 X 6. 233618-b. 

265. [Cheng Ku pei ts'an-shih] 

(Epitaph of CHENG KU.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius 
Temple. 158, Fragment of lower part of tablet discovered in 1728. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 67 

19x48. 244707/1 (d. 244707/2, 244707/3, 244707/4). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 10/1-10 (c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 8/35a-40b (t,c). 

266. Han ku lang-chung Cheng chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of CHENG KU, a subordinate official to the Superinten- 
dent of the Imperial household.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Con- 
fucius Temple (158). Badly effaced. Feng-pei included. 

32 X 18 (head), 125 x 75 (text). 244609/la-b (d. 244609/2, 244609/3, 
244676). 

Hung Kua (1), 6/17b-19b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 10/1-10 (t,c). Yeh 
Ch'ang-ch'ih (1), 3/1 (c). 

267. [Ts'ang Chieh miao pei] 

(Shrine inscription to TS'ANG CHIEH, legendary inventor of the 
art of Chinese writing.) Li. Shensi, Pai-shui hsien. 162/163. Badly 
damaged with remaining characters mostly illegible. 

80x69. 244867. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 10/10-19 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 11/1-11 (t,c). 

268. [Ts'ang Chieh miao pei-yin] 

(List of donors of TS'ANG CHIEH Shrine tablet.) Li. Shensi, Pai- 
shui hsien. 162/163. Reverse of 267. Feng-pei in top center. Colophon 
by LtJ TA-CHUNG dated Sung, 1060. 

108 X 68. 244868. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 10/10-19. Weng Fang-kang (1), 11/la-lla (t,c). 

269. Yiian-shih feng Lung-shan chih sung [pei] 

(Praise to the Dragon Mountain of Yiian-shih District.) Li. Hopeh, 
Yiian-shih hsien. 164. Stone discovered by LIU PAO-NAN in 1847. 

157x94.244517. 



68 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 4/16b-20a, Wang Yiin (1), 1/16-20. 
270. Han T'ai-shan tu-wei K'ung Chou pei 

Eulogy to K'UNG CHOU who died in 163.) Tomb tablet. Li. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 164. See 271 for reverse. 

Book with 50 faces: 25x14. 233915 (d. 244628). Sung rubbing, 
Emperor Huan reign given. TUAN-FANG and LI TSUNG-T'UNG, 
last two collectors. Notes and seals of verification and appreciation. 
Illus. 

Chao Hsien (1), l/4b-5b. Hung Kua (1), 7/4a-5a. Shoseki Meihin 
Sokan, vol. 11. Starr (1), pi. 1. Wang Ch'ang (1), 11/1-15. Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 6/27a-32a. Accompanying notes in Chinese and 
English by LI TSUNG-T'UNG and M. K. STARR. 



271. K'ung Chou pei-yin 



(List of participants to the erection of the K'UNG CHOU stone.) 
Tomb tablet, reverse. Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu hsien, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 164. See 270 for obverse. 

Book with 60 faces: 24 x 14. 233916 (d. 244627). Ming rubbing. 
TUAN-FANG and LI TSUNG-T'UNG, last two collectors. Notes 
and seals of verification and appreciation. Colophons by Ch'ing 
scholars. Accompanying notes in Chinese and English by LI 
TSUNG-T'UNG and M. K. STARR. 

272. Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei 

(Inscription re: Hua-shan Temple.) Chuan. Li: KUO HSIANG- 
CH'A. Shensi, Hua-yin hsien, Hua-shan. 165. 

29x17. 245602. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 11/15-34 (t,c). 

273. Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei 

(Memorial from Hua-shan Temple.) Li: KUO HSIANG-CH'A. Shen- 
si, Hua-yin hsien, Hua-shan. 165. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 69 

Book: 28 x 17. 245603. (Photolithograph from Sung "Ch'ang-yiian" 
rubbing of the original Han stone, destroyed in Chia-ching reign, 
Ming. SUNG LO, collector). 

Wang Chang (1), 11/15-34. 

274. Han ku [Yii] chou ts'ung shih K'ung chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of K'UNG PAO, Assistant Governor of Yii-chou.) Li. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. Presumably ca. 168-171. 
Feng-pei in headstone. 

155 X 64. 244620. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/18-21 {t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 7/la-3a (t,c). 

275. [Lu hsiang Shih Ch'en szu K'ung-tzu tsou ming] 

(Application for fund for annual sacrificial offerings at Confucius 
Temple, Ch'ii-fu.) SHIH CH'EN, Chancellor of Lu State. Li. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 169. 

166x80. 244619. 

Hung Kua (1), l/25b-27a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/1-9 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 6/16a-18b (t.c). 

276. [Han Kuo T'ai pei] 

(Epitaph of KUO T'AI of Han dynasty.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning 
chou, Confucius Temple. 169. Only two undamaged characters, 
"Han," the date and "KUO," the family name remain. If original 
stone, the calHgraphy is that of TS'AI YUNG. Obverse of 91e. Com- 
pare to 244613/2, a similar headstone. 

41 X 30 (head, 155 x 179 (text). 244613/la-b (d. 244613/2). 

Chao Hsien (1), l/8b-9a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 12/27-33 (t.c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 17/6a-10b (t,c). 

277. {Shih Ch 'en hsiang K 'ung miao hou-pei] 



70 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Ceremonial held by SHIH CH'EN at Confucius Temple, Ch'ii-fu.) 
Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 169. Reverse of 275. Four 
lines in cheng-shu added later by visitors. 

167x82. 244621. 

Hung Kua (1), l/27b-29a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/9-19 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 6/18b-22b (t,c). 

278. Han ku Po-ling t'ai-shou K'ung fu-chiin pei 

(Epitaph of K'UNG PIAO, governor of Po-ling.) Li. Shantung, Ch'ii- 
fu, Confucius Temple. 171. Feng-pei on lower side of headstone. 

189 X 87. 244630A. 

Chao Ming-ch'eng (1) 16/6b-7a (c). Hung Kua (1), 8/14b-18a (t,c). 
Hung Kua (2), 5/12a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/9-18 (t,c). Weng Fang- 
kang (1), 6/22b-27a (t,c). 

279. {Po-ling t'ai-shou K'ung Piao] 

(Epitaph of K'UNG PIAO, Governor of Po-ling.) Li. Shantung, 
Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 171. Reverse of 278. 

65 X 64. 244629B. 

Chao Ming-ch 'eng (1), 16/6b-7a. Hung Kua (1), 8/14b-18a (t,c). Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 14/12-18 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 6/22b-27a (t,c). 

280. Li Hsi Mien-ch 'ih wu jui t 'u 

(Five marvelous objects of good omen in commemoration of merit 
service performed by LI HSI, Chief Administrator of Mien-ch 'ih, 
Honan.) Cliff Site. Li. Kansu, Ch'eng hsien. 171. See 281 for text. 

137 X 94. 245136 a. lUus. 

Chavannes (2), 235-241, pi. LXXXIX no. 167 (t,c). Hung Kua (1), 
4/lOb-lla (t,c). Laufer (1), 10, fig. 3. Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/8-9 (t,c). 
Weng Fang-kang (1), 13/4a-5a (t,c). 

281. Li Hsi hsi-hsia sung 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 71 

■%r t^ sS, ^k tl 

(Eulogy to LI HSI who repaired a dangerous mountain pass in 
western Wu-tu chiin.) Cliff site. Li, Kansu, Ch'eng hsien. 17L List of 
contributors. See 280 for design. 

Five sheets: 51 x 12 (a), 143 x 143 (b), 58x53 (c). 245136b/a-c, a/2, 
c/2. 

Chavannes (2), 1/235-241, pi. XC, no. 168 (t,c). Hung Kua (1), 
4/8b-10b (t,c). Shoseki Meihin Sokan, vol. 28. Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/1- 
8 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 13/1-4 (t,c). 

282. Hsi-p'ing [nien chuan] 

(Hsi-p'ing reign period.) Tomb brick, Li. Szechwan. ca, 172-178. 

One sheet with four rubbings: 13x7 (dated edge), 15x7, 7x12 
(sides with geometries), 16x12 (flat surface), 233612 a, D, C. 
GRAHAM, coll, 

283. Szu-li chiao-wei Lu Chiin pei 

(Epitaph of LU CHUN, Han Inspector-General of Police,) Li, Shan- 
tung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 173. Rubbing of headstone 
not in FMNH collection. 

189 X 100 (text). 244680/a. 

Hung Kua (1), 9/4b-7a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 15/12-25 (t,c). 

284. [Szu-li chiao-wei Lu Chiin pei-yin] 

(Contributors to LU CHUN tablet.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, 
Confucius Temple. 173, Reverse of 283. 

123 X 100. 244676/1 (d. 244676/2, 244705). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 15/14-24 (t,c). 

285. [Hsi-p'ing ts'an-pei] 

Mr ^ mi 

(Epitaph from Hsi-p'ing reign. Li, 173, Fragment, Footnotes added 



72 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

by JUAN YUAN and WENG FANG-KANG, in Ch'ien-lung reign. 

67x61. 244625. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 1/22 (c). Juan Yiian (1), 8/8a-9a (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 15/25-26 (t,c). 

286. Chiu-t'a Han Wen-hsi chang Han Jen ming 

(Memorial to HAN JEN, District Magistrate of Wen-hsi.) Li. 
Honan, Yung-yang hsien. 175. Tablet discovered by LI T'lEN-I at 
Yung-yang hsien in 1228. 

Book with 14 faces: 25 x 18. 233924. Chin or early Ming rubbing. 
WENG FANG-KANG, TUAN-FANG, I P'EI-CHI, LI TSUNG- 
T'UNG, collectors. Notes and seals of identification. Handwritten 
colophons by Ch'ing scholars. lUus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 17/1-15. Weng Fang-kang (1), 12/14a-16b. 

287. Han Hsiao-kuan chih pei 

(Memorial to P'AN CH'IEN, District Magistrate of Li-yang.) Li. 
Kiangsu, Li-shui hsien, Confucius Temple. 181. Tablet discovered at 
shore of Ku-ch'eng Lake, S. Sung, 1141. The memorial is accom- 
panied here by a copy by HUNG KUA of the Han hsiao kuan pei 
which in turn was copied by SHAN HSI in Cheng-shu and therefore 
appears in his handwriting. A handwritten note dated 1333, also ap- 
pears. Feng-pei from tablet included. 

Book with 56 faces: 29 x 15. 233920. TUAN-FANG and LI TSUNG- 
T'UNG, cols. Notes and seals of confirmation, comments and ap- 
preciation. Ming rubbing. 

Hung Kua (1), 5/3a-5a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 17/11-22. Weng Fang-kang 
(1), ll/17b-24b. Accompanying notes in Chinese and English by LI 
TSUNG-T'UNG and M. K. STARR. 

288. Chiu-t'a Chang Ch'ien piao 

(Eulogy to CHANG CH'IEN.) Li. Shantung, Tung-p'ing hsien, Con- 
fucius Temple. 186. Both obverse and reverse. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 73 

Album: 21x14 (faces). 244122 (d. 244611/1, 244611/2, only 
obverses). Ming rubbing from collection of YUN YU-TING. Col- 
ophon by YUN. Also colophon by LIU LIN-SHENG, subsequent 
owner. Illus. 

Juan Yiian (1), 8/9a-10a (c). Shoseki Meihin Sokan, vol. 16. Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 18/16-30 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 8/la-7b (t,c). 

289. [Wei-shih ling Cheng Chi-hsuan pei] 

(Epitaph of CHENG CHI-HSUAN, magistrate of Wei-shih 
District.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou. Confucius Temple. (186). 
Fragment. 

Two sheets: 67x31 (a), 34x34 (b). 244604a-b (d. 244671/1, 
244671/2, 244679). 

Hung Kua (2), 19/5a-6b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 17/31-40 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 8/15b-23b (t,c). 

290. Wei-shih ku li ch'u-shih jen-ming 

(Names of subordinate officers who served under CHENG CHI- 
HSUAN, and scholars from the Wei-shih District.) Li. Shantung, 
Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. (186). Reverse of 289. Title on this 
reverse considered rare for Han. Badly effaced fragment. 

16x63 (head), 94x86 (text). 244610 (d. 244673/1, 244673/2, 
244673/3). 

Hung Kua (2), 19/6b-8b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 17/33-40 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 8/23b-32b (t,c). 

291. [Chien-ming] 

(Bronze double edged sword made by K'UNG WEN-TZU.) Chuan. 
Hsi-an. 198. Object in FMNH. 

8x4. 116752. 

292. Han ku ling-chiao Pa-chiin t'ai-shou Fan Min fu-chiin pei 

It 4x nit ^%f-k~^^Pif,Zt 



74 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of FAN MIN, Governor of Pa-chiin.) Chuan, li: LIU TSAO. 
Szechwan, Lu-shan hsien, Ya-chou. 205. Feng-pei between heading 
and text. Dragon motif. 

76 X 110 (head), 145 x 113 (text). 245192 (d. 264231/1, 264231/2). 

Hung Kua (1), ll/9a-12b (t,c). Hung Kua (2), 5/la-2b. Lu Tseng- 
hsiang (1), 6/20a-33a (t,c). 

293. [I-chou t'ai-shou Kao I erh ch'iieh] 

^ iM ± "i" :% SI ^ 111 

(Two memorial inscriptions to KAO I, Governor of I-chou under 
Han.) Two pillars. Li. Szechwan, Ya-an hsien. (209). Some original 
characters possibly replaced. 

Six sheets: 58-125 x 40-45. 244893 a-f. 

Chavannes (2), 22 (t,c). Hung Kua (1), 13/2a-3b (t,c). Lu Tseng-hsiang 
(1), 7/3a-4b (t,c). 

294. [M/'an^ Hui shih-kuan pai-hu hsiang] 

(White Tiger.) From west side of stone coffin of WANG HUI. Hsi- 
k'ang (extension of Szechwan during Han), Lu-shan. 212. 

60 X 137. 233585 a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Rudolph (1), 31, pi. 72 (pi. 75, inscription and date). Wen Yu (1), pi. 
51 (pi. 49, inscription and date). 

295. [Wang Hui shih-kuan ch'ing-lung hsiang] 

j^nz^i^ til 

(Azure Dragon.) From tomb of WANG HUI. Stone coffin, east side. 
Hsi-k'ang (extension of Szechwan during Han), Lu-shan. 212. 

Mounted: 56 x 122. 233583. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. Illus. 

Rudolph (1), 32, pi. 73 (see pi. 75 for inscription). Wen Yu (1), pi. 50 
(49, inscrip.). 



LIU CH'AO 



296. [Liu-ch'ao t'ung-ching] 



mm 



t^ 



(Star design with 12 circles arranged around a knob; inscription in 
outer zone.) Bronze mirror, Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

15x15. 117161. 

297. [Pi-ch'iu seng T'an-Uen teng t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of T'AN-LIEN, a Buddhist mendicant, and 
others.) Li. Shantung, I-chou fu. 

23 X 49. 244689. 

298. Chia-yeh p'u-sa \pei\ 

(Inscription to Ka^yapa Buddha.) Li. K'ai-feng. Discovered in 1903. 
223 X 82. 244785. 

299. [Kao P'ing tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription by KAO P'ING re: dedication of a Buddhist carving.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (The date of Hsien-chu which appears on the tablet is 
not found in Chinese chronology.) Reverse. Object in FMNH. 

14x8. 121529/1 (d. 121529/2. 121529/3). 

300. [Wei ivang hsi Hsien Ch'ang tsao-hsiang chi] 

75 



76 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Buddhist votive inscription with Buddha and attendants dedicated 
for HSIEN CH'ANG, a deceased son.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

30x69. 121406/1 (d. 121406/2). 

301. [Ta-shih-chih p'u-sa shih-k'o] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by WANG HSING-SHIH.) 
Cheng. N.p. 

25x3. 245158/1 (d. 245158/2, 245158/3). 

302. [I-tzu Tu Tzu-chien teng t'i-ming] 

(TU TZU-CHIEN and other names of citizens of the local districts.) 
Cheng. Shantung, Fei-ch'eng hsien. 

24x65. 245116. 

303. [Feng Pai-lo teng tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription with Buddhist figures from votive dedicated by FENG 
PAI-LO.) Cheng. N.p. 

16x55.245175. 



SHU HAN 



304. [Han hua-hsiang chuan t'ung-shu t'u] 

("Picking Wu-t'ung [Sterculia] leaves.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Hsi-ch'eng Museum, 226 (given on the brick). Brush- 
written caption at side. 

Mounted: 24 x 37 (front), 34 x 5 (edge). 233476. D. C. GRAHAM, 
coll. 

Wen Yu (1), pi. 94. 



77 



WEI 

305. [Wei yin-wen] 

(Seal from Wei State bearing the inscription: $t^ ^^i^ ^[i?] .) 
Bronze. Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

3x3.117044. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 5. 

306. [Yin-wen] 

(Seal from Wei State bearing the inscription: it,"^ ^ ^\^ ^ , Chief of 
the Ch'iang.) Bronze. Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

3x3. 117044/1. 

307. Chiao-tung ling Wang chiin tuan-pei 

(Epitaph of Hon. WANG, District Magistrate of Chiao-tung.) Li. 
Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. Fragment of upper 
part discovered in 1775 by LI TUNG-CH'I. 

39x 76. 244600 (d. 244678, 244700). 

Hung Kua (2), ll/12a-14b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 23/27-31 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 8/41b-44b (t,c). 

308. [Wei huo T'ang shih-k'o] 

(Buddhist votive inscription, almost illegible.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Wei- 
T'ang. Object in FMNH. 



78 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 79 

24x7. 121443/1 (d. 121443/2, 121443/3). 

309. Lu K'ung-tzu miao chih pei 

(Restoration of Confucius Temple.) Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu. 220. 
37 X 25 (head), 146 x 89 (text). 244655 a-b. 
Chao Ming-ch'eng (1), 20/3 (c). 

310. [Wei Ts'ao Chen ts'an-pei] 

(Eulogy to TS'AO CHEN for his meritorious service as Chief Magis- 
trate of Yung-chou.) Li. Hsi-an. (231, death date, or later.) Fragment 
discovered outside Hsi-an in 1843. In grid squares; some effaced. 
TUAN-FANG, coll. 

73 X 92. 244496/1 (d. 244497/2). 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 8/3b-10a. Tuan-fang (1), 3/la-llb. 

311. [Wei Ts'ao Chen ts'an-pei yin\ 

(Contributors from Yung-chou to the TS'AO CHEN tablet.) Li. Hsi- 
an. (231 or later.) Reverse of 310. TUAN-FANG, coll. 

73 X 92. 24497/1 (d. 24497/2). 

312. Ku Lu-chiang t'ai-shou Fan fu-chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of Hon. FAN SHIH, Governor of Lu-chiang, Anhwei.) 
Chuan, li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 235. Frag- 
ment of upper half discovered by LI TUNG-CH'I at Confucius Tem- 
ple, Chi-ning chou in 1789. 

48 X 22 (head), 92 x 62 (text). 244603/1 a-b (d. 244603/2, 244603/3, 
244603/4). 

Hung Kua (1), 19/16b-18b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 24/1-11 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 8/45-51b and 21/1-5 (t,c). 

313. [Fan Shih pei-yin ts'an-shih] 



80 FIELDI ANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Names of donors to the FAN SHIH tablet.) Li. Shantung, Chi-ning 
chou, Confucius Temple. 235. Reverse of 312. Footnote by HUANG 
I correcting the statement by HUNG KUA attributing this tablet 
to LU CHUN. 

76x46. 244603.1/1 (d. 244603.1/2, 244603.1/3, 244608). 

Hung Kua (2), 12/22a-23a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 24/3-11 (t,c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 21/2b-6a (t,c). 



wu 

314. Wu chiin Heng-yang t'ai-shou Ko Tso chih pei 

(Ten character inscription to KO TSO, Governor of Heng-yang 
chiin, Wu State.) Cheng. Kiangsu, Chu-yung. Ca. 222-280. Possible 
re-cut. 

112x49.244691. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 24/45-46. 

315. Shen-feng yiian nien [chuan] 



(Dated brick.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 252. 

35 X 5 (edge), 35 x 14 (flat surface). 233603. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

316. Ta Wu Wu-feng yiian nien t'ai-sui chia-hsii 

(Dated brick with fish and geometries.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 
254. 

One sheet with four rubbings: 38 x 6 (edges), 19x6 (end), 37 x 19 
(flat surface). 233595. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



81 



HSI CHIN 

317. [Chin Liu T'ao mu-chih] 

(Epitaph of LIU T'AO.) Li. Honan, Yen-shih. From WU I collection. 
Kuei shaped stone, now missing. (Chin). 

48x15. 245315. 

Chao Wan-li (1), l/4a-b, pi. 17/12a. 

318. Chin Jen-ch'eng t'ai-shou fu-jen Sun shih chih pei 

(Epitaph of Mrs. YANG, nee SUN, wife of Governor of Jen-ch'eng.) 
Li. Shantung, Hsin-t'ai hsien. 273. 

52 X 28 (heading), 169 x 94 (text). 244694 a-b. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 9/6a-7a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 25/1-7 (t,c). 

319. T'ai-k'ang san nien tsao-[chuan] 

(Dated, decorated brick.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 282. 

One sheet with two rubbings: 35 x 6 (edge), 35 x 23 (surface). 
233599. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

320. [T'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 

P9 ft ^ "$ 

(Dated inscription from bottom of jar.) Large globular pottery jar. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 290. Object in FMNH. 

7x7. 119263/1. 



82 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 88 

321. Yung-chia ch'i nien [chuan] 

(Dated brick with auspicious inscription.) Tomb brick. Chuan. 
Szechwan. 313. 

33 X 5 (edge), 34 x 17 (flat surface). 233601. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 



TUNG CHIN 

322. Ning-shu [chuan] 

("Made in Ning-shu chiin [?]"). Tomb brick. Szechwan, ancient 
Ning-shu chiin (S.E. of Hua-yang hsien.) Tung Chin/Pei Chou. 

One sheet with three rubbings: 14x6 (edge), 5x 11 (end), 17x 11 
(flat surface). 233621 a. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

323. Ning-shu Lo shih [chuan\ 

^ s s ^ %\ 

("Mr. LO of Ning-shu.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan, ancient Ning- 
shu chiin, (S.E. of Hua-yang hsien.) Tung Chin/Pei Chou. 

18 X 5. 233621 b. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

324. T'ai-ho ch'i yiieh tso [chuan] 

("Made in the 7th month of T'ai-ho.") Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 
(Ca. 3rd-5th cent., Tung Chin/Pei Wei.) 

One sheet with three rubbings: 17x5 (edge), 4 x 17 (decorated end), 
17 X 17 (flat surface). 233616. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

325. Yung-ho ch'i nien tso [chuan] 

(Dated, decorated brick.) Tomb brick. Chuan. Szechwan. (Tung 
Chin, 351/Pei Liang, 431). 

One sheet with two rubbings: 27 x 4 (edge), 27 x 13 (surface). 233598. 
D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

84 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 86 

326. Chin T'ai-yuan chiu(?) nien [chuan] 

(Dated brick with short inscriptions.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 

(384). 

One sheet with four rubbings: 31x5 (dated edge), 5x14 (2 ends), 
32 X 14 (flat surface). 233597. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

327. Chin T'ai-yiian shih-chiu nien [chuan] 

(Dated brick with geometries.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 394. 

One sheet with three rubbings: 34x5 (dated edge), 5x17 (end), 
34x 17 (flat surface). 233608. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

328. T'ai-hsiang san nien sui tsai chia-ch'en tso [chuan] 

(Dated brick.) Tomb brick. Szechwan. (404). 

One sheet with two inscriptions: 32 x 4 (dated edge), 32 x 16 (flat 
surface), 16 x 5 (inscribed end). 233596. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



CH'IEN CH'IN 
329. Ch'in Teng t'ai-wei tz'u-pei 

(Restoration of shrine of General TENG [TENG AI].) Li. Shensi, 
P'u-ch'eng. Ch'ien Chin/Wei, 367. 

Book with 15 faces: 16x 25. 233918. Possibly late 18th cent, rub- 
bing. TUAN-FANG and LI TSUNG-T'UNG, colls. Notes of verifi- 
cation, comments and appreciation. Colophons by noted scholars. 

Accompanying notes in Chinese and EngHsh by LI TSUNG-T'UNG 
and M. K. STARR. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 10/la-7a. Wu I (1), 1/13-14. 



86 



PEI LIANG 

330. [Ch'ang-nan Wang Hsiao tz'u-nan Wang Chih kung yang] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Between Li and Cheng. Hsi-an. 409. 
Object in FMNH depicts Buddha and attendants. 

20x6. 121420/1 a (d. 121420/2. lUus. 



87 



LIU SUNG 

331. [Ching-p'ing san nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Reverse of a dated Buddhist image.) Bronze. Cheng. Hsi-an (425). 
May be a Ming imitation. Object in FMNH. Badly effaced. 

12x5. 120075/1. 

332. [Sung T'ai-shih wu nien I-tu I-tao Ho hsiao-lien fu-jen Sang 
shih shen mu-chuan] 

:$: 4^fe i -^ :S:#P ^ lifl .* ;t k A m ^^^^ S-^l^ 

(Dated brick from tomb of the wife, nee SANG, of second-degree 
graduate HO of I-tao, I-tu hsien, Hupei.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 
469. 

35 X 4 (dated edge), 36 x 15 (flat surface). 233591. D. C. GRAHAM, 
coll. 



88 



NAN-PEI CH'AO 

333. [Shih Hsing-kuo ch'i tsao kuan-yin hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by Lady WANG, wife of SHIH 
HSING-KUO.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

19x7. 245351. 

Chavannes (3), 451, est. 338; pi. DLXVII, no. 1574. 

334. [Wang Yiian-li tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

i 7t -ft il P^ 64 f6 iik il 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by WANG YUAN-LI.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

9x22.245343. 

335. [I-tzu Lei Seng-ming teng tsao mi-lo hsiang] 

(Maitreya image and inscription by LEI SENG-MING and citizens 
of the same city.) Cheng. N.p. 

45 X 62. 245209. 

336. [I-tzu Chu Yang-sheng teng tsao-hsiang t'i-ming] 

(Buddhist inscription and images from votive dedicated by CHU 
YANG-SHENG and other citizens of the same city.) Cheng. N.p. 

44 X 24. 245207. 

337. Kao wang ching 



90 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Sutra). Cheng. N.p. 
62 X 37. 245206. 

338. [Shih-k'o fo-hsiang] 

(Buddha, attendants and other figures.) N.p. 
28 X 20. 233765. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

339. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Jen Wang erh jen tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated for deceased Lady CHING- 
HSING by Lady JEN and Lady WANG.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 

19x8. 245362. 

Chavannes (3), 410, est. 2138; pi. DLX, no. 1492. 

340. [Kuo-chou Nan-ch'ung hsien Tu Wen-ting tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by TU WEN-TING.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

9x10.245363. 

341. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Yang Pao-sheng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YANG PAO-SHENG.) CUff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

20 X 6. 245364. 

Chavannes (3), 515, est. 465; pi. DLXXVII, no. 1672. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 2/14b. 

342. [Liang Hsi-wang tsao-hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 91 

(Inscription referring to Kuan-yin figure dedicated by LIANG HSI- 
WANG.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

6x8. 245369. 

343. [Li Che tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by LI CHE.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

20x7. 245372. 

344. [Chin-chou Hsiang-ling hsien Ts'ui Yuan-yu tsao-hsiang chi\ 

% 'Mi t Pfe II ft 7L ¥4& it. tl 

(Votive Inscription re: Buddha and Bodhisattva images dedicated 
by TS'UI YUAN-YU of Hsiang-ling District, Chin-chou.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

7x15. 245373. 

Chavannes (3), 409, est. 228; pi. DLX, no. 1482. 

345.. [Tu Lu-ch'ing ch'i teng tsao fo hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription and figures from votive dedicated by the wife of TU- 
LU-CH'ING.) CUff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

62 X 20. 245379. 



CH'I 

346. [Ju Fa-Hang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by JU FA-LIANG.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 484. Object, Buddha and attendants, in FMNH. 

18x12. 121417/1 (d. 121417/2). lUus. 

347. [Shih-chia wang hsiang] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Li. Hsi-an. 484. Object, l^akyamuni in 
FMNH. 

3x15. 121413/1 (d. 121413/2). 

348. [Wei-wei tsun-fo pei t'i-tzu] 

(Inscription from reverse of Vipasyin tablet.) Cheng. Chekiang, 
Shao-hsing hsien, Miao-hsiang szu. 488. 

30 X 16. 244948. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 10/27a (c,t). 



92 



LIANG 

349. [Liang] T'ien-chien szu nien erh yiieh shih-wu jih (?) tso 

(Dated brick.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. 505. 

33 X 4 (dated edge), 33 x 16 (flat surface, undecorated). 233592. D. C. 
GRAHAM, coU. 

350. [Shen Yiieh tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by SHEN YUEH.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 513. 

8x 16. 121444/1 (d. 121444/2, 121444/3). 

351. [Yang Sheng fu-ch'i tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from reverse of a Buddhist figure recording that the 
tablet was made by YANG SHENG and his wife.) Bronze tablet. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (521), Object in FMNH; may be a Ming imitation, 

11x10. 120074/1, 

352. [Ta-t'ung liu nien ChUn-chou tz'u-shih Lii Hsiu ti-hsiung szu 
jen tsao-hsiang chi] 

XAri-^i'^ Wi *'l 5fe S # f, X, \13 A ii. f i %L 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by LU HSIU, Gover- 
nor of Chun-chou.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 532. Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

23x7. 121422/1 (d. 121422/2). 

353. [Liang chung Ta-t'ung erh nien tsao-hsiang chi] 



94 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

>?. -+ ^ 1^ - ^ it i* te. 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 547. Object, Buddha, 
in FMNH. 

29x11. 121429/1 (d. 121429/2). 
354. T'ien-ch'eng yiian nien Yang tsao [chuan] 



("Made by YANG, first year of T'ien-ch'eng.") Tomb brick. Li. 
Szechwan. 555. 

19 X 7 (dated edge), 18 x 20 (flat surface). 233613a. 

D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



PEI WEI 

355. [Wei tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription from Buddhist figure.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. In- 
decipherable. 

43x43. 245174 

356. [Yu-huang ta-ti hsiang ming-wen] 

(Inscription and image of Yii-huang, Taoist God of Heaven from 
votive; list of donors.) Cheng with pointed strokes. Hsi-an. Reverse. 
Object, complete stone, in FMNH. 

Eight sheets representing complete stele: approx. 62 x 20-37. 

121385/1 (d. 121385/2). Illus. 

357. Shih-chia hsiang 

(Inscription from iSakyamuni votive dedicated by WEI LING- 
TS'ANG and HSUEH FA-SHAO.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 
Variant forms of characters. 

14 X 17 (head), 74 x 39 (text). 244768. Illus. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXV, no. 541 (r). Chavannes (3), 487-489, pi. 
DLXXI, no. 1615. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/30a-b (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 28/11 (t,c). 

358. [Han I-yiln teng tsao-hsiang] 

96 



96 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Inscription from Udayana votive dedicated by HAN I-YUN, SZU- 
TU TUAN and others.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. Pel Wei/T'ang. 

61 X 39. 244784. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXXVII, no. 625 (t). Chavannes (3), 391-392 
(t,c). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 33/28 (t,c). Wang Yiin (1), 6/14b-15a (t,c). 

359. [Shou-yang szu i i erh-shih-liu jen tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by 26 members of Shou-yang 
Monastery.) Chff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 415. 

18 X 34. 245570. 

360. [Wei-yiian chiang-chun Wang T'ung-hsin tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by WANG T'UNG- 
HSIN.) Cheng. Hsi-an 421. Fragment. Object in FMNH. 

Two sheets: 19x10 (obverse), 18x21 (reverse). 121393a-b (d. 
121393/2a-b, 121393a-b). 

361. [Tung Seng-chih tsao mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Amitabha votive made by TUNG SENG-CHIH.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. Ca. 424-556. 

10x21. 245383. 

Chavannes (3), 517, est. 473, fig. 613; pi. DLXXVII, no. 1683. 

362. [Shih-k'o fo hsiang chi ming-wen] 

Z i'J i* t< IIUSL 

(Buddha and attendants, inscription from votive dedicated by LI 
JEN.) Cheng. N.p. 426. 

Two sheets: 18 x 14 (a), 19 x 15 (b). 233764a-b. 

363. Ta-tai Hua-yiieh miao pei 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS »7 

(Buddhist inscription from Hua-shan Temple.) Li. LIU YUAN- 
MING. Shensi, Hua-shan Temple. 439. 

Book: 23 x 13. 245614. Photolithographs from rare rubbing owned 
by WANG I-JUNG. 

Chao Ming-ch'eng (1), 21/2. Ou-yang Fei (1), l/5b. 

364. [Hsieh Po-ta tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Maitreya votive dedicated by HSIEH PO-TA.) 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. T'ai-ho, 477-499. 

12x34. 244776. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 549 (t). Chavannes (3), 478 (t,c); 
pi. DLXX, no. 1602. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/23a-24b (t,c). 

365. Pi-ch'iu Tao-chiang tsao-hsiang 

(Buddhist votive dedicated by TAO-CHIANG, a monk.) Cheng. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. T'ai-ho, 477-499. 

22x44.244771. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVI, no. 54. Chavannes (3), 514-515, pi. 
DLXXVII, no. 1670 (t). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 17/7b-8a (t,c). Wang 
Yun (1), 6/15a-b (t,c). 

366. [I-shih Fa-tsung tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by FA-TSUNG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 483. 

38x79. 245481. 

367. [Hsin shih-nii teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: 95 Buddha images dedicated by 54 Buddhist 
disciples for blessing of the Emperor and his family.) Cave site. 
Cheng. Shansi, Ta-t'ung, Yiin-kang. 483. 



98 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

38 X 80. 245509/1 (d. 245509/2). 

368. [Ts'ui Ch'eng-tsung tsao shih-chia hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from iSakyamuni votive dedicated by TS'UI CH'ENG- 
TSUNG.) Cheng. Shantung, Li-ch'eng hsien. 483. 

60 X 37. 244690. 

Hsii Nai-ch'ang (1), 15/1. 

369. Lung-men erh-shih p'in 



Mn^ + 






(Buddhist inscriptions.) Cliff sites. Li, cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

Ca. 485520. 

Two books of 20 photolithographs: 28 x 16. 245610. 

370. [Pei-hai wang t'ai-fei Kao tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by the Empress 
Dowager, Lady KAO, Mother of Prince of Pei-hai.) Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 495. 

38x25. 244777. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 550 (r). Chavannes (3), 474 (t,c). 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/23a-b (t,c). 

371. [Shih-k'o fo-hsiang] 

Z M i^ t. 

(Seated Buddha and attendants with inscription from votive 
dedicated by HUI YEN.) Li. Shansi, Szu-chou (W. of Hsin-hsien). 
496. 

Mounted: 51 x 46. 233767. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

372. [Chang Yuan-tsu ch'i wei wang-fu tsao-hsiang] 

?fe 7t -71 4 '^ t; i ^ <lc 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by I-FU for her de- 
ceased husband, CHANG YUAN-TSU.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 496. 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 99 

11x32. 244781. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 555. Chavannes (3), 475, pi. DLX- 
IX, no. 1600. Wang Yiin (1), 5/3a (t,c). 

373. Wei Ch'i tsao-hsiang erh-shih p'in 



4-^4 %i^ it - + 






(Buddhist inscriptions.) Cliff sites. Li, cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 
Pel Wei and Chi, ca. 496-577. 

Book of 20 prints: 30x 18. 245611. PhotoUthographs of rubbings 
from SHEN CHUN-CH'U coUection. 

374. Shih-p'ing kung hsiang i ch'ii 

(Memorial to the Duke of Shih-p'ing by his fiUal son.) MENG TA. 
Cheng: CHU I-CHANG. Lo-yang, Lao-chun tung. 498. Tablet cut in 
grid fashion. 

89x39. 245211 (d. 244770). Illus. 

Chavannes (3), 475-76, pi. DLXIX, no. 1601. Wang Ch'ang (1), 
27/18-19. 

375. [Pei-hai wang tsao-hsiang chi\ 

it ilf X. i^L \%.%Z> 

(Inscription from Maitreya votive dedicated by YUAN HSIANG, 
Prince of Pei-hai.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 498. Variant 
characters. 

74 X 39. 244780. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 554 (r). Chavannes (3), 477-478, 
pi. DLXIX, no. 1598. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/22a-23a (t,c). Wang 
Yun (1), 5/la-2a (t,c). 

376. [Tao-chiao shih-hsiang ming-wen] 

(Taoist deity, T'ien-tsun, and inscription from votive; date and name 
of donor.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 499. Object in FMNH. 

59x 13. 121396/1 (d. 121396/2). 



100 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

377. [Chen-wei chiang-chunUDtsao fo-hsiang chi] 



(Buddha figure and inscription dedicated by General CD.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 500. Object in FMNH. 

4x12. 121390/1 (d. 121390/2, 121390/3). 



378. [Wu Mieh-ming tsdo-hsiang] 



,^ ii ^ * 



(Inscription from Buddhist votive.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 501. Object in 
FMNH. 

18x3. 121389/1 (d. 121389/2, 121389/3). 

379. [Cheng Ch'ang-yu tsax)-hsiang chi] 

(Record of dedication of four Maitreya figures by CHENG 
CH'ANG-YU, former Governor of Nan-yang, and Earl of Yxin-yang.) 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 501. 

49 X 34. 244774. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVH, no. 547. Chavannes (3), 478 (t); pi. 
DLXX, no. 1603 (t). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/25a-b (tc). 

380. I-tzu hsiang 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive made by SUN TAO-WU, WEI 
PAI-TU and citizens of K'ai-feng.) MENG KUANG-TA. Cheng: 
HSIAO HSIEN-CH'ING. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 502. 

15 X 17 (head), 112 x 49 (text). 244769. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVI, no. 542 (r). Chavannes (3), 479-481; pi. 
DLXX, no. 1605. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/26a-27a (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 27/20-23 (t,c). 

381. [Kao Shu teng tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist votive by KAO SHU, HSIEH PAI-TU and others.) 
Cheng, Lo-yang, Lung-men. 502. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 101 

39x27. 244767. 

Chavannes (1). pi. CCCXXV, no. 540 (r). Chavannes (3), 148; pi. 
DLXX, no. 1606 (t,c). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/27a-b. Wang Yiin (1), 
5/4b-5b. 



382. [Hou t'ai-fei wei wang-fu Kuang-ch'uan wang tsao-hsiang 

(Inscription from Maitreya votive dedicated by Lady HOU, wife of 
deceased Prince of Kuang-ch'uan, Khan of Ho-lan.) Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 502. 

50 X 35. 244779. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 553. Chavannes (3), 482 (t); pi. 
DLXXI, no. 1607. Ting Shou-chi (1), 1/21-22 (t). 

383. [Pi-ch'iu Hui-kan tsao-hsiang chi\ 

it ± $:.!%.&, it il 

(Inscription from Maitreya votive dedicated by HUI-KAN.) Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 502. 

17 X 40. 244778/1 (d. 244778/2). 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 551 (r). Chavannes (3), 479, pi. 
DLXX, no. 1604 (t). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/25b-26a (t). 

384. [Kuang-ch'uan wang t'ai-fei Hou tzu tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from Maitreya votive dedicated by Lady HOU, royal 
dowager of former Prince of Kuang-ch'uan.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 503. 

25 X 79. 244782. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 556 (r). Chavannes (3), 482-483 
(t), pi. DLXXI, no. 1608 (t). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/28b-29a (t). 

385. Pi-ch'iu Fa-sheng tsao-hsiang chi 



102 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by FA-SHENG.) 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 504. 

33 X 35. 244773. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII, no. 546 (t). Chavannes (3), 483-484, 
pi. DLXX, no. 1609. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 12/29b-30a (c). Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 27/23 (t,c). 



386. Yang Ta-yen tsao-hsiang chi 



(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated for Emperor HSIAO- 
WEN by YANG TA-YEN of Ch'ou-chih.) Cheng. Honan, Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. ca. 504-506. Variant forms of characters, gives An-ch'eng 
hsien as "An-jung." 

17 X 10 (head), 75 x 40 (text). 244766. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXV, no. 538 (r). Chavannes (3), 486-487 (t,c); 
pi. DLXXI, no. 1614 (t). Wang Ch'ang (1), 28/9-17 (t,c). 

387. [P'i-hsien ling Wang I tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by WANG I, 
Magistrate of P'i District.) Cheng. 506. Object in FMNH. 

49x38. 121420/1 (d. 121420/2). 

388. [An-ting wang tsao-hsiang chi] 

"^ /L jL i2. i^Tl 

(Two images from ^akyamuni votive dedicated by YUAN HSIEH, 
Prince of An-ting.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 507. Text corrects 
Wei-shu spelling of Prince CHING. 

25 X 52. 244783/1 (d. 244783/2, 244783/3). 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVIII, no. 563. Chavannes (3), 489-490 
(t,c); pi. DLXXII, no. 1617 (r). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 13/3a-b (c). 
Wang Yiin (1), 5/7a-8a (c). 

389. [Yang An-hsiang tsao shih-chia hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 108 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YANG AN-HSIANG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 508. 

23 X 5. 245377. 

Chavannes (3), 490, est. 396, fig. 564; pi. DLXXII, no. 1619. 

390. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Fa-wen teng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by FA-WEN.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 509. 

12x30.245355. 

Chavannes (3), 492, est. 402, fig. 610, pi. DLXXII, no. 1623. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3a. 

391. Feng Liang tsao fo-hsiang chi 

^% ^ i^ m li: 'IL 

(Avalokite^vara votive dedicated by FENG LIANG to Hsien-chii 
Temple.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 509. Object in FMNH. 

10x6. 119986/1 (d. 119986/2). 

392. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Fa-hsing teng tsao ting-kuang shih-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by FA-HSING.) Chff site. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 510. 

20 X 15. 245404. 

Chavannes (3), 492, est. 403, fig. 590; pi. DLXXII, no. 1624. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. 

393. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Fa-ch'ing tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by FA-CH'ING.) Cliff site. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 510. 

26 X 12. 245396. 

Chavannes (3), 493, est. 405, fig. 561; pi. DLXXIII, no. 1626. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. 



104 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

394. [Ning-chou tz'u-shih Shang Shou-li tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by SHANG SHOU-LI, 
Governor of Ning-chou.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 510. Object, seated Buddha, 
in FMNH. 

24x20. 121405/1 (d. 121405/2, 121405/3). 

395. [Hua-chou tz'u-shih An-ting wang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by the Prince of An-ting, Gover- 
nor of Hua-chou.) Cliff site. Lo-ygmg, Lung-men. 511. 

24x39. 245401. 

Chavannes (3), 497, est. 411, fig. 566; pi. DLXXIII, no. 1633. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 27/37-38. 

396. [Ch'ih-ho szu ni Tao-seng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Images and inscription from votive dedicated by TAO-SENG.) Cliff 
site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 511. 

12 X 30. 245394. 

Chavannes (3), 495, est. 410, fig. 590; pi. DLXXII, no. 1631. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/4a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 27/29. 

397. [Pi-ch'iu seng Fa-hsing tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

it ± iiii m A s,i^f} Hit 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by FA-HSING.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 511. 

18x10. 245365. 

Chavannes (3), 495, est. 409, fig. 578; pi. DLXXIII, no. 1630. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. 

398. [Ch'ing-hsin shih Ts'ao Lien tsao shih-chia hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by TSAO LIEN.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 511. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 105 

16 X 6. 245359. 

Chavannes (3), 494, est. 408, fig. 607; pi. DLXXIII, no. 1629. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. 

399. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Hui-chih tsao shih-chia hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HUI-CHIH.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 511. 

25x11.245357. 

Chavannes (3), 493, est. 406, fig. 591; pi. DLXXIII, no. 1627. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/3b. 

400. [Shih Shen-an tsao-hsiang] 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive donated by SHIH 
SHEN-AN.) Li. Hsi-an. 511. Object in FMNH. 

9x27. 121632/1 (d. 121632/2). 

401. Ch'u-t'a Cheng wen-kung pei 

(Memorial to CHENG YU-LIN.) Cliff site. Cheng. Shantung, T'ien- 
chu shan. 511. Personal inscriptions by CHIN HSIEN and FENG 
WEI-CHU dated 1113. 

Book: 21 X 14. 245615. Photohthographs from early rubbing taken 
from original inscription. Rubbing from CHENG CHAI collection. 
lUus. 

402. [Liu Lo-chen hsiung-ti tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Images and inscription from votive dedicated by LIU LO-CHEN.) 
CUff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 512. 

10x41. 245331. 

Chavannes (3), 38, est. 414, fig. 589; pi. DLXXIV, no. 1636. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/4b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 27/38. 



106 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

403. Wei mu-chih son chung ho-ts'e 

(Three epitaphs: CHING HO CH'I, LI CH'AO, WANG HSIU-FU.) 
Cheng. Honan, Lo-yang hsien; Honan, Wen Hsien; Shansi, Chin 
Chou. 514; 530; 721. 

Book: 20 X 10. 245613. Photolithographs from rubbings of original 
tablets. 

404. [Pai Fang-sheng tsao shih-chia-mou-ni fo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by PAI FANG-SHENG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 515, 

12 X 7. 245330. 

Chavannes (3), 499, est. 418, fig. 599; pi. DLXXIV, no. 1638. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/4b. 

405. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Yin Ching-miao tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YIN CHING-MIAO.) CUff 
site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 515. 

10x18.245392. 

Chavannes (3), 500, est. 420, fig. 619; pi. DLXXIV, no. 1640. Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 28/5. 

406. [Sun Yung-an tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist votive dedicated by SUN YUNG-AN.) 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Ts'un-ku ko. 516. 

20x24. 245181. 

Wang Yiin (1), 5/4b-5b. 

407. Ch'u-t'a Ts'ui Ching-yung mu-chih 



(Epitaph of TS'UI CHING-YUNG.) Cheng. Hopeh, An-p'ing hsien. 
517. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 107 

Book: 22x12. 245606. Photolithograph of eeirly impression from 
original stone. Colophons. 

Chao Wan-li (1), 5/47a, pi. 223/134b. 

408. Ch'u-t'a Tiax) hui kung mu-chih 

(Epitaph of TIAO TSUN.) Cheng. Hopeh, Nan-p'i hsien. 517. 

Book: 26 X 15. 245607. PhotoUthograph of early rubbing from 
original stone. Colophon by LIU K'O-LUN dated 1762. 

Chao Wan-li (1), 5/45a-47a, pi. 222/132b-134a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 
28/13-19. 

409. [Pi-ch'iu Hui-jung tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HUI-JUNG.) CKff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 517. 

12 X 20. 245340. 

Chavannes (3), 500, est. 421, fig. 593; pi. DLXXIV, no. 1641. Sun 

Hsing-yen (1), 2/5a. 

410. [Chi-chiin wang Yu tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by YU, Prince of Chi- 
chiin, Governor of Ching-chou, and grandson of Emperor WEN- 
CH'ENG.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 517. Variant forms of 
characters. 

37 X 35. 244772. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVI, no. 545 (t). Chavannes (3), 501; pi. 
DLXXIV, no. 1643. 

411. [Ching-li tsao-hsiang] 

(Buddhist votive inscription from back and sides; flat relief image.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 519. Object, seated Buddha and attendants, in 
FMNH. 



106 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

15 X 14 (image), 10 x 35 (inscription). 121418/1 (d. 121418/2). 

412. Pi-ch'iu-ni Tz'u-hsiang Hui-cheng tsao-hsiang chi 

(Buddhist votive dedicated by TZ'U-HSIANG and HUI-CHENG, 
two nuns.) Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 520. Variant forms of 
characters. 

38 X 36. 244775. 

Chavannes (1), pi. CCCXXVII (t). Chavannes (3), 504; pi. DLXXV, 
no. 1647. Wang Yun (1), 6/9b-10b (t,c). 

413. {Chao A-huan teng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by CHAO A-HUAN.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 520. 

38 X 30. 245350. 

Chavannes (3), 504-505, est. 432, fig. 571; pi. DLXXV, no. 1648. 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 28/25-26. 

414. [Hsu\I\ho tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HSUD-HO, a Buddhist disci- 
ple.) CUff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 521. 

13 X 6. 245334. 

Chavannes (3), 506, est. 437, fig. 606; pi. DLXXV, no. 1653. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/6a. 

415. \Pi-ch'iu Hui-jung tsao shih-chia hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HUI-JUNG.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 521. 

9x9. 245339. 

Chavannes (3), 506, est. 435, fig. 608; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1650. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/6b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 109 

416. [Pi-ch'iu Hui-ch'ang tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HUI-CH'ANG.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men, 522. 

28 X 12, 245352. 

Chavannes (3), 507, est. 439, fig. 577; pi. DLXXV, no. 1653. Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 29/21. 

417/A. Wei Lu-chiin t'ai-shou Chang fu-chiin ch'ing-sung chih pei 

(Eulogy to CHANG MENG-LUNG, Governor of Lu-chiin, Wei.) 
Cheng, cheng. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 522. 

38 X 28 (head), 150 x 85 (text). 244614/1 a-b (d. 244614/2a, 244642 
a-b). 

Shodo zenshii, vol. 6, pi. 24-29 (t). Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 13 (r,t). 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 29/8-19 (t,c). 

417/B. Photolithograph of above. 

418. [Chang Meng-lung ch'ing-sung pei-yin] 

(Names of donors to CHANG MENG-LUNG eulogy.) Cheng. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. (522). 

41 X 51 (head), 146 x 87 (text). 244647. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 29/11-19 (t,c). 

419. Yiian-t'a Wei Cheng Tao-chung mu-chih 

(Epitaph of CHENG TAO-CHUNG.) Cheng. Honan, Yung-yang 
hsien. 523. 

Book: 21 X 10. 245609. Photolithograph of early rubbing from 
original stone. Note by LO CHEN-YU dated 1907. 

Chao Wan-li (1), 5/51a, pi. 234/141b. 

420. [Pi-ch'iu Fa-ling tsao shih-chia hsiang chi\ 



110 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Votive inscription dedicated by FA-LING.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 523. 

11x30. 245346. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/30. 

421. Huang-hsien tu hsiang Shih-yang li Ch'ii Yen-yiin mu-chih 

(Epitaph and cover stone of CH'U YEN-YUN of Shih-yang, Huang 
District.) Cheng. Shantung, Huang-hsien, Confucius Temple. 523. 

Two sheets: 24 x 29 (cover stone), 26 x 28 (epitaph). 245407 a-b. 

Chao Wan-li (1), 5/51b, pi. 236, 142b-143a. 

422. [Shih-chia hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 524. Reverse. 
Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

33x24. 121392/1 (d. 121392/2, 121392/3). 

423. [Fo ti-tzu Liu Ken teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddha image and inscription from votive dedicated by LIU KEN, 
et al). Cheng. Hsi-an. 524. 

Scroll: 134 x 40. 121170 (d. 245503). 



424. [Tsdo San-chi fu-t 'u chi] 






(Dedication by LIU KEN et al. of a three-story pagoda as tribute to 
the Emperor, Empress and members of the imperial family; rubbing 
shows Buddha and disciples under Bodhi trees.) Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 524. See 423. 

39 X 127. 245503 (d. 121170). 
425. [Pi-ch'iu Fa-hsing tsao shih-chia-mou-ni hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 1 1 1 

(6akyamuni image and inscription from votive dedicated by FA- 
HSING.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 526. 

47 X 40. 245574. 

426. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Chu Ching-fei tsao shih-chia hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by CHU CHING-FEI.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 527. 

14 X 44. 245349. 

Chavannes (3), 414, est. 248, fig. 600; pi. DLXI, no. 1500. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/7b. 

427. Wei Hsiao-ch'ang shih-k'u pei 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by HUANG-FU TU.) 
YUAN FAN. Cliff site. Li. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 527. Mostly 
illegible. 

Book: 26 x 15. 245612. Photolithograph from rare rubbing owned 
by CHAO SHIH-CHUN. Two colophons by CHAO signed SHENG- 
PO-1905. 

428. [Kao Shih-chen teng hsiung-ti szu jen tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddha image and inscription from votive dedicated by KAO 
SHIH-CHEN and his three brothers.) KAO SHEN. CHff site. Li. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 528. 

47 X 38. 245575. 

429. Wei ku Huai ling Li chiin mu-chih ming 

(Epitaph of LI CH'AO, Magistrate of Huai District, who died in 
524.) Li Honan, Yen-shih hsien, Confucius Temple. N. Wei (529). 

54x54. 245313. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 29/25-28. 



112 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

430. [OiTao-ch'eng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by nTAO-CH'ENG, possibly 
Taoist.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 529. Object in FMNH. 

26x15. 121388/1 (d. 121388/2). 

431. Ching-k'o Chang Hei-nii mu-chih 

(Epitaph of CHANG HEI-NU.) Cheng. Shansi, P'u-pan ch'eng. 531. 

Book: 19x 11. 245608. Photolithograph of re-cut stone of original 
epitaph. Note by CHENG HSIAO-HSU dated 1907 and by SHEN 
PAO-K'UN dated 1876. 

Chao Wan-h (1), 6/58b-59a, pi. 278/ 176a. 

432. [Fan Nu-tzu tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by FAN NU-TZU; names of con- 
tributors.) Shensi, Fu-p'ing hsien. 532. 

100 X 53 (a), 100 x 36 (b). 245162. 

Mao Feng-chih (1), 1/9-10 (t,c). 

433. [Fan Ju-tzu tsao pai-yii hsiang chi] 

(Record of a Buddhist image dedicated by FAN JU-TZU.) Cheng. 
N.p. 532. 

19x27. 245572. 

434. [Lo-chou tz'u-shih Hsia Hou-jui tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by HSIA HOU-JUI, 
Governor of Lo-chou.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 532. Object, Buddha, in 
FMNH. 

48x34. 121421/1 (d. 121421/2, 121421/3). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 118 

435. [Ling-chiang chiang-chiin Cheng Chi-shu tsao wu-liang-shou 
hsiang chi\ 

F£ :i ^1 ? r^xkm 1^ >L i ^ t. tc, 

(Votive inscription.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 533. 

10x19. 245332. 

Chavannes (3), 590, est. 444, fig. 576; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1659. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/8b. 



HSI WEI 

436. [Tung-p'ing chiang-chiin Su Fang-ch'eng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Image and inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by SU 
FANG-CH'ENG, General of Tung-p'ing.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. (540). 

12 X 6. 245344. 

Chavannes (3), 511, est. 451, fig. 624; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1662. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/8b. 

437. [Yang Szu-ho tsao fo-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by YANG SZU-HO.) 
Reverse. Cheng. Hsi-an. 542. 

19x13.195811. 

438. \Ho Lo-sheng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HO LO-SHENG.) Reverse. Li. 
Hsi-an. 545. Object, Buddha in FMNH 

23x15. 121419/1 (d. 121419/2, 12141i^/3). 

439. [Ta-t'ung shih-san nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist image.) Cheng. N.p. 547. Incomplete text. 
52x4. 245169. 



114 



TUNG WEI 

440. [Yao Tsu tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi\ 

M *^ i* tl tf: * <i tL 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YAO TSU.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

21 X 5. 245358. 

Chavannes (3), 429, est. 280; pi. DLXIII, no. 1529. Sun Hsing-yen 

(1), 2/18a. 

441. [Ch'ing-hsin-shih Li Yiian teng tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by LI YUAN.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

14 X 8. 245356. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/15b. 

442. [Yang p'o tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive dedicated by Mrs. 
YANG.) Cheng. Lo-yang. 

22x9.245204. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/13a. 

443. [Hei Weng-sheng teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HEI WENG-SHENG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 



116 



lie FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

7 X 36. 245360. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/1 2b. 

444. [Fo ti-tzu T'an-hua teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by T'AN HUA.) Cliff site. Cheng, 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

10 X 9. 245366. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/ 14b. 



445. [Chao Chen tsao-hsiang chi] 



^^^^^^itctt 



(Images and inscription from votive dedicated by CHAO CHEN, 
Magistrate of I-t'ing District.) Cliff site. Cheng, Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 

10x21. 245370. 

Chavannes (3), 517-518, est.; pi. DLXXVII, no. 1684. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 2/12b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 32/12. 

446. [Pi-ch'iu seng Li-seng tsao wu-liang-shou fo hsiang chi] 

it Ji <« yo it A, >t i ^ <*, it tL 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by LI-SENG.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

9x15. 245371. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/ 12b. 

447. [Ch'ing-hsin nil K'o-tun tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Amitabha image from votive dedicated by K'O-TUN.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

14x8. 245374. 

Chavannes (3), 411, est. 242; pi. DLX, no. 1496. Sun Hsing-yen (1), 
2/13b. 

448. {Yang Szu-li tsao-hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 117 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YANG SZU-LI.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

12x6. 245375. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/ 16b. 

449. [Liu Ch'ang-chu wei sheng-jih tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Record of Buddha figure made by LIU CH'ANG-CHU to com- 
memorate his birthday.) CUff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

16 X 8. 245402. 

Chavannes (3), 429, est. 281; pi. DLXIII, no. 1530. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 2/13a. 

450. [Ch'ing-hsin nil Kao tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by Lady KAO.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 

14 X 8. 245378. 

Chavannes (3), 410, est. 236; pi. DLX, no. 1490. 

451. [Seng-chi teng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by SENG-CHI.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 535. 

9 X 20. 245333. 

Chavannes (3), 509, est. 445, fig. 612; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1658. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/lOa. 

452. [Pi-ch'iu-ni T'an-hui teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by T'AN-HUI.) CHff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 536. 

30x13. 245400. 



118 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Chavannes (3), 509, est. 446, fig. 618; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1659. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/lOb. 

453. [Hsin-nii Sun Szu-hsiang tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by SUN SZU-HSIANG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 537. 

12x21. 245335. 

Chavannes (3), 510, est. 447, fig. 573; pi. DLXXVI, no. 1660. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 2/lOb. 

454. [Fo t'a pei-wen] 

(Buddhist stupa inscription.) Cheng. Shantung. 537. 
47 X 27. 244692. 

455. Tsui-ch'u t'a Liu mu-chih ming 

(Epitaph of LIU I.) Cheng. Shensi, Hsin-hsien. 540. 

Book: 26 x 13. 245605. Photolithograph from early impression of 
original stone. Two colophons. 

Chao Wan-li (1), 6/64b-66a, pi. 294/187a. 

456. hu K'ung-tzu miao chih pei 

(Eulogy to LI CHUNG-HSUAN, Governor of Yen-chou com- 
memorating his restoration of Confucius Temple.) Chuan, cheng. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 542. 

39 X 27 (head), 174 x 84 (text). 244643. 

Chao Hsien (1), 1/16-17 (c). Ou-yang Hsiu (1), 4/10 (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 31/1-14 (t,c). 

457. Li C hung- hs Han hsiu K'ung-tzu miao pei-yin 

t i-^ iS^f'f ^L + ji ^f PI 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 119 

(Names of donors to LI CHUNG-HSUAN eulogy.) Cheng. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 542. Reverse of 456. 

27 X 21 (head), 475 x 84 (text). 244645. 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 31/4-7. 

458. [Wu-ting san nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. N.p. 545. 
14x28.245160. 

459. [Tung Wei Wu-ting wu nien k'o-wen] 

(Unidentifiable; only date.) Cheng. Honein. 547. 
70x68.245183. 

460. [Wu-ting ch'i nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive.) TAO-PAO. Li. 
Honan, Wu-an hsien. 549. 

120x65.245191. 



PEI CH'I 
461. [SungCniteng tsao-hsiang chi\ 



yi^ # i^ 1^ 40 



(Buddhist images and inscription.) Cheng. N.p. Badly effaced stone 
making rubbing illegible. 

59x22. 245167a-b. 

462. [Ch'i tsao-hsiang] 

y^ -it. j^ 

(Buddhist image and inscription.) Cheng. N.p. Indecipherable. 
38x30. 245173. 

463. [Chang Tsu tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist images and list of donors from tablet made by CHANG 
TSU.) Cheng. Shansi, Wen-hsi hsien. 553. 

Three sheets: 60 x 52 (a), 58 x 39 (b), 34 x 17 (c). 245172a-c. 

Hu P'ing-chih (1), 2/3-4 (t,c). 

464. [Lu Yen-ch'ang tsao-hsiang chi\ 

^ i^ ^ -^ AS -^p 

(Buddhist image and attendants, inscription from tablet made by 
LU YEN-CH'ANG.) Cheng. N.p. 555. 

45x48. 245171. 

465. Fu-tzu chih pei 

120 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 121 

(Memorial to CHENG TAO-CHAO.) CHENG SHU-TSU. Chuan. U. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 560. 

31 X 40 (head), 123 x 92 (text). 244612/1 (d. 244612/2). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 33/27-29 (t,c). 

466. [Ho-ch'ing son nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. N.p. 564. Variant characters. 
88 X 59. 245163. 

467. [Chiang Tsuan tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive dedicated by 
CHIANG TSUAN.) Cheng. Honan, Yen-shih hsien. 565. Variant 
characters. 

69x31. 245164. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/21b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 34/1. 

468. Lung-tung wang kan hsiao sung 

(Eulogy to KUO CHU by HU CHANG-JEN, Prince of Lung-tung.) 
SHEN SZU-YUNG. Li: LIANG KUNG-CHIH. Shantung, Fei- 
ch'eng hsien. 570. 

121 X 222. 244684. 

Juan Yiian (1), 10/9a-10b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 34/13-19 (t,c). 

469. Feng Hui-pin teng tsao-hsiang ming 

:.| Bf ? ^ i^ it i^ 

(Inscription re: dedication of Buddhist figure by FENG HUI-PIN 
and others.) Cheng. Honan, Teng-feng hsien. 570. 

64x58. 245170 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/22a. 

470. [Pi-ch'iu Tao-lileh teng tsao-hsiang chi] 



122 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive dedicated by TAO- 
LUEH et al.) Cheng. Honan, Yen-shih hsien. (571). 

56x94. 245166. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/22b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 34/26-28. 

471. [Ts'an tsao-t'a ming] 

(Record of building of a stiipa at Teng-tz'u Temple.) Cheng. Honan, 
Fan-shui hsien, Teng-tz'u szu. 574. 

60x37. 245202. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 35/10-11. 

472. [Tao-hsing tsao shih-chia hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by TAO-HSING.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 575. 

37x27. 245376. 

Chavannes (3), 461, est. 349-351, fig. 647-649; pi. DLXVIII, no. 
1580. Wang Ch'ang (1), 35/12-22. 

473. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Yilan-chao Yilan-kuang tsao mi-lo fo hsiang chi\ 

J:t jl ;§, (B ?33 U * ^ 6* $-* 1 1 1& 

(Maitreya image and inscription from votive dedicated by YUAN- 
CHAO and YUAN-KUANG, two nuns who were sisters.) Cheng. 
Hopeh, Ch'ing-yiin. 575. 

25x92.245168. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 2/23. 

474. [Sung Shih-hsing i-pai jen tsao-hsiang pei] 

(Recording of Buddhist statue made by 100 disciples headed by 
SUNG SHIH-HSING.) Cheng. Honan, Teng-feng hsien, Hui-shan 
szu. (576). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 123 



92x59. 245185. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 22/31a-34b (t,c). 



PEI CHOU 

475. [Hsia-p'i Huang Shih-kung shou Chang Liang su-shu chuan] 

(Inscription re: military strategy presented to CHANG LIANG by 
HUANG SHIH-KUNG, on the bridge over Ch'ang-li pool.) Brick (?) 
Hsing. Kiangsu, P'i-chou (P'i-hsien). 

35 X 14 (front), 35 x 7 (side). 233594. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

Giles (1), 33, 337. Tz 'u-hai, sub P'i-hsien and Chang Liang. 

476. Wu-ch'eng erh nien Yang [chuan] 

("Made for YANG, 2nd year of Wu-ch'eng.") Tomb brick. Li. 
Szechwan. 560. 

19x6. 233613b. 

477. Wu-ch'eng erh nien Yang [chuan] 

("Made for/by YANG, 2nd year of Wu-ch 'eng.") Tomb brick. Cheng. 
N.p. 560. 

One sheet with three rubbings: 40 x 7 (dated edge), 38 x 20 (flat sur- 
face), 39 X 6 (decorated edge). 233617. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



478. [Huang-fu tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription re: dedication of a Buddha figure.) Li. Hsi-an. 560. Ob- 
ject, Buddha and five figures, in FMNH. 

79x 18. 212447/la-b (d. 121447/2a-b, 121447/3a-b). 



124 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 125 

479. [Hou Ling-kuang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by HOU LING- 
KUANG.) Li. Hsi-an. 560. Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

18x 11. 121433/1 (d. 121433/2, 121433/3). 

480. [Ch'eng Tsun-chou tsao shih-chia-mou-ni hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by CH'ENG TSUN- 
CHOU.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 563. Object, Sakyamuni, in FMNH. 

9x15. 121472/1 (d. 121472/2, 121472/3). 

481. [Hu-hsien ling Hsu\I\tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Two Taoist images and inscription from votive dedicated by 
HSUD, Magistrate of Hu District.) Cheng. Hsi-an 564. Object in 
FMNH. 

Two sheets: 30 x 16 (a), 19 x 13(b). 121452/la-b (d. 121452/2a-b). 

482. [Han Tzu-wen tsao fu-t'u hsiang] 

(Buddhist images and inscription from stiipa erected by HAN TZU- 
WEN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 564. Object in FMNH. 

3-7x12-13. 121446/1 (d. 121446/2, 121446/3). 

483. [Pao-ting wu nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Maitreya and inscription from votive dedicated by WANG SHIH- 
TA.) Cheng. N.p. 565. 

7x10. 245186. 

484. [Tan Chi-hui tsao-hsiang chi] 



126 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by TAN CHI-HUI.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 565. 

8x52. 121456. 

485. [T'ien-ho san nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist figures and inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 568. Mostly illegi- 
ble. Object in FMNH. 

21 X 108. 121462/1 (d. 121462/2, 121462/3). 

486. [Sun Tzu tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from reverse of Buddhist votive dedicated by SUN 
TZU.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 569. Object, Buddha in FMNH. 

18x 12. 121423/1 (d. 121423/2, 121423/3). 

487. T'a ming-wen chi tsao-hsiang 

(Illustrations and inscriptions from Buddhist stupa dedicated by LI 
FANG, I-MEN et al.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 570. Object, small four-storied 
pottery stupa with square base, in FMNH. 

Three sheets: each 25 x 6. 127895/la-c (d. 127895/2a-c). 

488. [Tu Po-kuei teng tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi\ 

(Votive to Kuan-yin dedicated by TU PO-KUEI et al.) Cheng. Hsi- 
an. 572. Includes list of contributors. 



13x46. 245182. 
489. [Fo ti-tzul 








1 1 1 \tsao-hsiang chi\ 


%%^ 










i^ifi^L 



(Inscription from a Buddhist figure dedicated by a disciple.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 574. Object in FMNH. 

9x50. 121525/1 (d. 121525/2, 121525/3). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 127 

490. [Chang Wan-ming tsao fo-hsiang chi] 

(Inscriptions from four sides of rectangular base of a Buddhist 
votive dedicated by CHANG WAN-MING.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 579. Ob- 
ject, Buddha, in FMNH. 

3x30. 121531/1 (d. 121531/2, 121531/3). 



SUI 

491. [Hsi-yii szu fo-ching shih-k'o] 

(Buddhist classics from eight cave engravings in Hsi-yii Temple. 
Begun under early Sui and completed in early Sung.) Cheng. Peking, 
Hsi-yii szu. Sui to Sung. 

108 sheets: 84 x 58. 244129. 

Monumenta Serica. 1. 1934/35, 177. 

492. [K'ai-huang tsao-hsiang] 

m ^ -ib- ^t -^f 

l^J 3: 1:2^ 1^ ^L 

(Inscription re: dedication of a Taoist figure.) Cheng. Hsi-an. K'ai- 
huang reign (581-600). Object in FMNH. 

10x18. 121445/1 (d. 121445/2, 121445/3). 

493. \Li Chien-yeh tsdo fo-hsiang] 

(Buddha image and inscription from votive dedicated by LI 
CHIEN-YEH.) Cheng: K'O-TU. Hsi-an. 581. Object in FMNH. 

27x17 (image), 26x16 (inscription). 121449/la-b (d. 121449/2a-b, 
121449/3a-b). lUus. 

494. [Pei-hai K'ung-yeh ta chiang-chiin Chang wei mu kung- 
hsiang] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by K'UNG-YEH, the 
great General CHANG of Pei-hai.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 582. Object in 
FMNH. 

2x36. 121557/1 (d. 121557/2, 121557/3). 

128 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 129 

495. [Ch'ing-ch'iian szu seng P'u-chi tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist figure dedicated by P'U-CHI, priest of 
Ch'ing-ch'iian Temple.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 583. Object, Buddha, in 
FMNH. 

17x32. 121471/1 (d. 121471/2, 121471/3). 

496. [K'ai-huang san nien tsao mi-lo hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 583. Object, Maitreya, in 
FMNH. 

7x16. 121465. 

497. [Teng Tzu-liang tsao-hsiang chi\ 



W^^M.\tt 



(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 584. Object, Buddha, 
in FMNH. 

14x 19. 121475/1 (d. 121475/2, 121475/3). 

498. \Su Tsun tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by SU TSUN.) Cheng. Shantung. 
587. 

5x25. 245159. 

Hu P'ing-chih (1), 3/9 (t). 

499. [Yen Shih-\I\tsao shih-chia hsiang chi] 

(6akyamuni image and inscription from votive dedicated by YEN 
SHIH-D.) Cheng. N.p. 587. 

56 X 39 (image), 36 x 30 (inscription). 245161. 

500. [Yang Ming-yun tsao-hsiang chi] 



130 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Buddhist votive inscription dedicated by YANG MING-YUN.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 588. Object, standing Bodhisattva, in FMNH. 

7x16. 121467/1 (d. 121467/2). 

501. [Yang A-tsu tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddha and attendants, inscription from votive dedicated by 
YANG A-TSU.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 588. May have been taken from ob- 
ject 502, front and sides. 

Scroll: 48 x 26 (obverse). 47 x 8 (sides). 121454. 

502. [Yang A-tsu tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist image and inscription from votive dedicated by YANG 
A-TSU.) Cheng. 588. Possibly reverse of 501. Object in FMNH. 

45x42. 121453/1 (d. 121453/2, 121453/3). 

503. [Yin Hung-mu teng tsao shih-chia hsiang chi] 

(iSakyamuni image from votive dedicated by YIN HUNG-MU and 
others.) Li. Shantung, Li-ch'eng. 588. 

43 X 43. 244693. 

504. [Tsao Lao-chiin hsiang chi] 

(Taoist votive inscription.) Possibly from bronze Lao-tzu image. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 588. 

6x31. 195810. 

505. [K'ai-huang chiu nien fo ti-tzu\IUI\tsao-hsiang chi] 



mt^^m^^ii A\ui 



(Buddhist inscription, possibly votive.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 589. Badly 
damaged. Object in FMNH. 

4x30. 121457/1 (d. 121457/2, 121457/3). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 131 

506. Ta-chi ching 

(Sutra.) Cheng. Honan, Chang-te. 589. Incomplete. 

188x166. 244786. 

507. [Shih-chia-mou-ni hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 590. Fragment. Ob- 
ject, Buddha, in FMNH. 

5 X 50 from four sides of base. 121819/1 (d. 121819/2). 

508. [K'ai-huang shih nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddha image and inscription from votive.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 590. Ob- 
ject, Buddha, in FMNH. 

23x 14 (inscription), 32x 15 (image). 121441/1 (d. 121441/2). 

509. [K'ai-huang shih-i nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscriptions from three sides of votive.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 591. Object, 
standing Buddha, in FMNH. 

Each side: vertical 6 x 12, 14, 12. 121438/1 (d. 121438/2, 121438/3). 

510. [Hu Tzu-ch'e tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Taoist votive dedicated by HU TZU-CH'E.) 
Cheng. Peking. 594. Object, Taoist figure, in FMNH. 

16x61. 121458. 

511. Fan-chou Hung-chiao szu fen an she-li t'a ming 

(Dedication of a sarira-stupa for Buddha relics in Hung-chiao Tem- 
ple at Fan-chou, built by imperial order.) Cheng: OU-YANG HSUN. 
Kwangsi, Fan-chou (south of I-shan hsien). 601. 



132 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

41 X 36. 245314. lUus. 

512. [Ch'iu Wen-an tsao pai-yii hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive of three White Jade Buddhas dedicated by 
CH'IU WEN-AN.) Li. N.p. 601. 

18x10. 245342. 

513. [Jen-shou yiian nien tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi\ 

(Taoist votive inscription re: dedication of T'ien-tsun figure.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 601. Object, T'ien-tsun, in FMNH. 

67x43. 121544/1 (d. 121544/2, 121544/3). 

514. Ta Sui K'ai-fu i-t'ung san-szu Lung-shan kung mu-chih 

(Epitaph of Duke of Lung-shan, DCHIH.) Cheng. Szechwan, K'uei- 
chou fu, K'ai hsien. 601. Colophons by LO SHENG-P'EI and 
CHANG SHANG-YU dated 1860. Research notation by WU 
KENG-MEI, 1860. Winding dragon motif around top of headstone. 

87 X 49. 244892. lUus. 

515. [K'ang Seng-hsien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist images, inscription from votive dedicated by K'ANG 
SENG-HSIEN.) Cheng. Shansi, Lin-fen hsien. 603. 

Four sheets: 55 x 23, 52 x 8. 245165a-d. 

Hu P'ing-chih (1), 3/18-20 (t,c). 

516. [Li Shen-chung tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by LI 
SHEN-CHUNG.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 608. Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

10x17. 121461/1 (d. 121461/2). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 133 

517. [LiangCIDhsiung-ti tsao ju-lai hsiang chi\ 






(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by LIANG nH.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 609. Object, Tathagata, in FMNH. 

From four sides of pedestal: 9 x 63. 121425. 

518. [Chou Wen-ming tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription re: dedication of a Buddha image.) Cheng. Peking. 610. 
Object, Buddha and attendants, in FMNH. 

12x21 (obverse), 15x10 (reverse and sides). 121448/la-b (d. 
121448/2a-b, 121448/3a-b). 

519. [Fo-hsiang i-k'an] 

(Shrine scene with Buddha and 10 deities.) Cheng. N.p. 610. 
55 X 76. 233559 (d. 233785). D. C. GRAHAM, coll. lUus. 

520. Hsiu K'ung-tzu miao chih pei 

(Restoration of Confucius Temple.) CHUNG HSIAO-CHUN. Li. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 611. Headstone in relievo, 
gridded stone. 

31 X 22 (head), 167 x 76 (text). 244656. 

Chao Hsien (1), 16b-17a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 40/19-24 (t,c). 

521. [Ta-yeh chiu nien pei-chi] 

(Buddhist inscription, with only the date legible; possibly a votive.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 613. Object in FMNH. 

8x12. 121455/1 (d. 121455/2, 121455/3). 

522. Sui Sung Yung-kuei mu-chih 



134 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of SUNG YUNG-KUEI, a Sui official.) Cheng. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 616. Gridded stone. Chih-kai (cover stone) in 
chuan. 

28 X 27 (chih-kai), 56 x 56 (epitaph). 245216. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 28/13a-14b (c). 



T'ANG 
523. [Hsing-kuan ch'ien] 

(Figure of Hsing-kuan and the 12 symbolic animals of the zodiac.) 
Bronze coin, obverse and reverse. Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang), Object in 
FMNH. 

7x7 (a), 6x7 (b). 117002/la-b. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 4. 



524. [Shen fo ch'ien] 

i^t « M 

(Charm inscription bearing the words Hsiang-hua kung-yang, an of- 
fering of fragrant flowers; reverse shows two divine figures.) Bronze 
coin charm. Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Object in FMNH. 

6x6 (a), 6x6 (b). 120013/1. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 4. 

525. [Ya-sheng ch'ien hua-wen] 

(Five full figures of birds on rim of decorated coin charm.) Bronze. 
Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

6x6. 117008. 

526. [T'ung-ching hua-wen] 

m ii Tt a 

(Animals in relief.) Bronze mirror. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 
15x14. 117227/1. 

186 



186 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^^ 

527. [T'ung-ching ming-wen] 

(Relief inscription grouped around a central square.) Bronze mirror. 
Chuan. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

15x15. 117231/1. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 6, no. 103. 

528. {T'ang erh-shih-pa hsiu t'ung-ching hua-wen] 

(Four quarters, 12 cyclical years, 8 trigrams, 28 constellations of 
lunar mansions; inscription in outer zone.) Bronze mirror. Chuan. 
Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

32x32. 117239. 

Feng Yiin-p'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 6, no. 116. 

529. [T'ung-ching ming-wen] 

(Inscription bearing the characters: ;^7(i j!fi A, .) Bronze mirror. 
Chuan. Hsi-an. 

8x8. 117247/1. 

530. [Yin-wen] 

(Large seal bearing the characters: ^d i^;fe 'i I gp M.i:k-^f indicating of- 
ficial seal of an imperial military commissioner, CHIEN-NAN.) 
Bronze. Chuan. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Object in FMNH. 

4x4. 117059/1. 

531. [Shih-ch'uang] 

(People, mythical beasts, inscriptions.) Rectangular pillar erected 
by several donors: WANG HU-TZU, YANG T'lEN-CH'UAN, PI 
LU-LANG, WANG NAN, YANG LU, whose names appear on the 
various faces. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 137 

Each face about 24x 20. 121479/1 (d. 121479/2, 121479/3). 

532. [Shih-chia hsiang] 

II Up <Ic 

(Buddha figure dedicated by SHAO TSU and his five brothers.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Object in FMNH. 

ScroU: 37x13. 121171. 

533. [Feng shih tsao-hsiang] 

:.% ^ it. Ic 

(Buddha image and attendants, inscription from votive dedicated 
by the FENG family; names of various donors and ancestors.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). 

Scroll: four faces of one tablet mounted together. 62-69 x 21-39. 
121401. 

534. [Tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription, possibly from borders of Buddhist relief.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

32x34. 121404/1 (d. 121404/2, 121404/3). 

535. [T'ang tsao-hsiang] 

(Votive inscription with Buddha and attendants.) Cheng. Peking. 
(T'ang). Object in FMNH. 

29 X 16. 121434. Composite rubbing from two sides of base. 

536. [Fo-hsiang] 

(Buddha image.) Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

Six pieces of which 1, 5, 6 are different from 2, 3, 4. 

35x9. 121476/1 (d. 121476/2, 121476/3, 121476/4, 121476/5, 
121476/6). 



188 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^ 

537. [Chao K'o-hsiang tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by CHAO K'O- 
HSIANG and his wife, LI CHEN-JU.) Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Ob- 
ject, Buddha image, in FMNH. 

10x48. 121478/1 (d. 121478/2, 121478/3). 

538. {Tsax) fo-hsiang chi\ 

■&. {*. it ie, 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Greatly effaced. Ob- 
ject, Buddha, in FMNH. 

10x22. 121620/1 (d. 121620/2, 121620/3). 

539. [Ni-hsiang yin-wen] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) From back of stamped clay miniature 
figure. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

5x3. 121953/1 (d. 121953/2). 

540. [Ni-hsiang yin-wen] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) From back of stamped clay miniature 
figure. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

5x4. 121955/1 (d. 121955/2). 

541. [T'ien Wen-chi mu Li wei wang-ku tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Votive dedication inscription by Lady LI, Mother of T'IEN WEN- 
CHI.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. (T'ang). 

9x15. 245399. 

Chavannes (3), 344, est. 11; pi. DXLVI, no. 1218. 

542. [T'ang tsao-hsiang ts'an-t'a] 

Jf ^ ii ^lU 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 189 

(Votive inscription re: a Buddhist figure.) Cheng. N.p. 
47 X 28. 245184. 

543. [Nei-ch'ang-shih Feng Feng-i teng t'i-ming\ 

(Buddhist votive with list of donors headed by FENG FENG-I.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. Hua-t'a Temple. 

15 X 60. 245180. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 49/7a-8b (t,c). 

544. [Chang Ch 'ing-sun tsao ti-tsang p 'u-sa hsiang chi\ 

(Votive dedication inscription by CHANG CH'ING-SUN.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men, (T'ang). 

16x14. 245382. 

Chavannes (3), 450, est. 335; pi. DLXVI, no. 1571. 

545. T'ang Ching-chu szu hsien-chieh kung-te pei 

(Five-hundred Buddha pictures from Ching-chu Temple; part of 
1,000 Buddhas.) Hsi-an. 

Backed: 32 x 28 (head), 77 x 80 (picture). 116486. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 78/9a-10a. Lu Yao-yii (1), 12/23a-24b. 

546. [Fo-chiao ming-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscriptions.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragment 
found in ruins of a T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai, S.W. of Chengtu. 

24x 18. 233561. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

547. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragment 
found in ruins of a T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai, S.W. of Chengtu. 



140 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

14 X 31. 233770. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

548. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Inscription referring to the Prajftaparamita-hrdaya-siitra.) Cheng. 
Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragments found in a T'ang temple near 
Ch'iung-led. 

Three sheets: approx. 27 x 25, possibly components of one single in- 
scription. 233771 a-c. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

549. [Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragments 
from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

Ten sheets: 5x6-17x15, possibly components of a single inscrip- 
tion. 233772 a-j. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

550. [Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragments 
from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

Four rubbings: 8 x 10-28 x 17, possibly components of single in- 
scription. 233773 a-d. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

551. [Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragment 
from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

15 X 11. 233774. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

552. [Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragments 
from T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 141 

Three rubbings: 9 x 9-14 x 8, possibly components of same inscrip- 
tion. 233775 a-c. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

553. [Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragments 
from T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

One sheet with seven rubbings: 28 x 17, 32 x 26, possibly from same 
inscription. 233776. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

554. [T'i-ming ts'an-shih] 



(List of donors beginning with WANG KUNG-CHIH.) Cheng. 
Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Six fragments of a single stone, one of a 
group found in ruins of a T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

One sheet with six rubbings: 21 x 14-23 x 23. 233777. D. C. 
GRAHAM, coll. 

555. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragment 
from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

19 X 32. 233789. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

556. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Fragment 
from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

16 X 27. 233790. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

557. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 

(Buddhist inscription. Hsing. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. Incomplete. 
4x 11. 233791. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 



142 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

558. [Shih-chu pei-wen] 

(SQtra.) Pillar. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
157x72.245144. 

559. [Pai-t'a szu shih-k'o Hsin-ching] 

(Text of Heart Sutra.) Ts'ao, cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
Posterior note by SUN JEN dated 1471 lists WANG HSI-CHIH as 
the calligrapher and the original place of the tablet as Pai-t'a Tem- 
ple. 

Five sheets: each 35 vertically by 56 (a), 22 (b), 18 (c), 106 (d), 12 (e). 
245153 a-e. 

560. Ta-lun chin-kang t'o-lo-ni 

(Dharani sutra.) Round or hexagonal pillar. Cheng. N.p. (T'ang). 
12x62. 245422. 

561. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching hsil 

(#, Ti * J5I Pfe ,11 £ is )f 

(Dharani sQtra.) Cheng. N.p. 
126x119. 245188. 

562. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching 

(Dharani siitra with Buddhist image.) Cheng. N.p. (T'ang.) 
28 X 97. 245408. 

563. [Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ch'uang] 

\% Ti 4 M Pfe S It +4 

(Text of Dharani.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Object, octagonal pillar with Bud- 
dha images above each inscription, in FMNH. 

Each section: 47 x 12. 121625. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 148 

564. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ch'uang 

(Text of Dharani with eight Buddhas, one above each face.) Oc- 
tagonal pillar. Cheng. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 49x100. 121642. 

565. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching 

(Dharani sutra translated by a monk, KUANG-CHIH of Kuo-shan 
Temple.) Ch. and Sanskrit. Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan. 

99x123. 244262. 

566. [Tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching ch'uang] 

(Dharani sutra.) Pillar. Cheng. Shantung, Lai-chou. 
44x16. 244756. 

567. T'o-lo-ni ching 

(Dharani sutra.) Cheng. N.p. 
59 X 56. 245424. 

568. Yen-t'a hsien-cheng 

(Various study sections at Yen-t'a school, and names of students.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an, Tz'u-en szu. 

57x74. 245190. 

569. Yen-t'a sheng-chi t'u 

(Stupa of the Wild Goose erected by HSU AN TSANG in 652, and 
located at Tz'u-en Temple.) (StoneAVood). Cheng. Hsi-an, Tz'u-en 
szu. (Tang). 



144 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

60x82. 245117/1 (d. 245117/2, 245117/3, 116478). lUus. 

570. [Mu-pei wen] 

(Tombstone inscription of a Taoist priest.) Slab. Ch. and Taoist 
magical characters.* Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

34x34. 121634. 
*H8i-hsia, according to Laufer. 

571. [Mu-pei wen] 

(Tombstone inscription.) Slab. Ch. and Taoist magical characters. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (T'ang). Object in FMNH. Identical to above. 

Scroll: 35 x 35. 121635. 

572. [Feng-hsiang fu Hsiu-chen kuan tao-shih Ch'en Hsuan-yu 
tsaxy-hsiang chi] 

JtnJH i't 4 flit ± P* t ^-^^ ftclc 

(Inscription from Taoist figure made by CH'EN HSUAN-YU of 
Hsiu-chen Monastery in Feng-hsiang fu.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in 
FMNH. 

25x12. 121530/1 (d. 121530/2). 

573. [T'ang Lung-jui kung chi] 

(Renaming of the Taoist Hou-shen Monastery to Huai-hsien.) HO 
CHIH-CHANG. Cheng: HO CHIH-CHANG. Chekiang, Shao- 
hsing. 

67 X 63. 244950. 

Ch'en Szu (1), 13/5a. Juan Yiian (2), 2/13-14. 

574. [Chung-nan shan Lao-tzu Tao-te-ching pei] 

{Tao-te-ching text.) Cheng. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. Tablets erected 
at Lou-kuan. 

Two sections: 201 x 92 (a), 176 x 93 (b). 245104a-b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 146 

Wang Yen (1), 4/61. 
575. Yang ku Lu-chiang Ho fu-chiin mu-chih 



ii4SlIixi5]J^+;gS 






(Chih-kai inscription of Hon. HO of Yang-chou, a high official of Lu- 
chiang, Anhui Prov.) Chuan. Hsi-an. Finely traced designs on 
border. Object 121636 in FMNH. 

49x49. 121637/1 (d. 121637/2). 

576. Ta T'ang ku Liu fu-jen mu-chih ming 

(Chih-kai of Lady LIU, wife of an official.) Li. Hsi-an. Border design 
of dragons and phoenix. Object in FMNH. 

25x26. 121643 (d. 121644, scroll). 

577. [Han shih mu-ming] 

(Epitaph to a wife, nee HAN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 
26x41. 245571. Illus. 



578. Sung t'a T'ang K'ung Ying-ta pei 



(Epitaph of K'UNG YING-TA.) Photographs from Sung rubbings. 
YU CHIH-NING. Cheng. Shantung, Li-ch'iian. HSIEH AN-SHAN, 
CHAO SHIH-CHUN. collectors. Footnote by HSIEH dated 1810. 
Colophon by CHAO dated 1906. 

Book: 34 x 70. 245599. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 47/5-18 (t,c). 

579. [Miao-tz'u shen-kung chi] 

M ^%^ 4t i^ il 

(Restoration of the temple of the Rain God. Tablet erected by 
WANG HSING, et al.) Cheng. N.p. (T'ang). 

69x59. 245577. 



146 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

580. [T'ang t'i-ming pei] 

(List of T'ang officials.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
92 X 42. 245486. 

581. [I-tsai T'ai-yuan Wang Shu-ts'ai t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of WANG SHU-TS'AI, Magistrate of T'ai- 
yiian.) Cheng. N.p. (T'ang). 

Two sheets: 49 x 62 (a), 62 x 14 (b). 245589. Incomplete. 

582. Ta-ya chi 

{Ta-ya chi text.) Ts'ao: WANG HSI-CHIH. HSU SZU-CHUNG, 
engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (T'ang). Re-cut. Original stone 
made in T'ang. 

8x93. 245145. 

583. {P'ei chiang-chUn shih-k'o] 

(General P'EI's military campaigns.) Ts'ao: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. 
N.p. 

32 X 92. 245060. Fa-t'ieh. 

Ecke (1), 16. 

584. [Wu-te liu nien tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: erection of T'ien-tsun image.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 623. 
Object, T'ien-tsun, in FMNH. 

5x27. 121533/1 (d. 121533/2, 121533/3). 

585. Ta T'ang Tsung-sheng kuan chi 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 147 

(Brief history of Taoist monastery, Tsung-sheng kuan, former name 
of Lou kuan, at Chung-nan shan.) Preface by OU-YANG HSUN; 
eulogy by CH'EN SHU-TA. Li: OU-YANG HSUN. Shensi, Chou- 
chih hsien. 626. 

201 X 79. 24510L 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 41/8-15 (t,c). 

586. Teng-tz'u szu pei 

% % 4 It 

(Commemoration of successful campaign against rebels, WANG 
SHIH-CH'UNG and TOU CHIEN-TE.) YEN SHIH-KU. Chuan, 
Cheng. Honan, Szu-shui hsien. (629). Text only. 

236x109. 244788. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 42/3-17 (t,c). 

587. [Ch'ien-fu szu sha-men T'i-ching tsao-hsiang chi] 



+ 



ii^ifnw.f^^iii 



(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by T'I-CHING, a Bud- 
dhist monk of Ch'ien-fu Temple.) From pedestal. Cheng. Hsi-an. 631. 
Object, seated Buddha, in FMNH. 

4x22. 121546/1 (d. 121546/2, 121546/3). 

588. T'ang ku Hsii-chou tu-tu Fang Yen-ch'ien pei-ming 

(Epitaph of FANG YEN-CH'IEN, Governor of Hsii-chou, under 
T'ang.) LI PAI-YAO. Li: OU-YANG HSUN. Shantung, Chang-ch'iu 
hsien. 631. 

253x118. 244890. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 43/1-15. 

589. Nan-wu a-mi-t'o fo tso ling t'a 

(Record of a stiipa devoted to Amitabha.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, 
P'an-shan. (637.) 

60 X 84. 244261. 



148 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

590. Sui chu-kuo tso-kuang-lu ta-fu Hung-i Ming-kung Huang- fu 
fu-chiin chih pei 

(Epitaph of HUANG-FU TAN, an official of Sui who died in 604; 
canonized as MING-KUNG.) YU CHIH-NING. Cheng: OU-YANG 
HStJN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ca. 637-649. Erected by his son, 
WU-I. 

179x89. 245215. lUus. 

Nishikawa (1), 43-44. Wang Ch'ang (1), 44/22-35 (t,c). 



591. Chang T sung pei • 

2S T'^ 7^ 

(Epitaph of CHANG TSUNG, T'ang official who died in 639.) YU 
CHIH-NING. Cheng. Shensi, Hsien-yang hsien, Shuang-chao-ts'un. 
(639). Partially defaced. 

168 X 86. 244869. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 45/1-9 (t,c). 

592. Ta T'ang ku ch'i-tu-wei P'u-yang hsien ling YU-chiin chih pei 

±MtA %U^Mi it PI #^ t f :« ^Z^ 

(Epitaph of YtJ HSIAO-HSIEN, District Magistrate of P'u-yang 
under T'ang.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 640, Colophon by 
LU K'UN re: discovery of tablet in 1823 at Fu-p'ing hsien. Two 
other colophons. Cloud motif on border. 

30 X 29 (a), 68 x 144 (b), 54 x 30 (c). 244870/la-c (d. 244870/2a-b). 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 34/2a-10b (t,c). Wang Chih-i (1), 10 (c). 

593. [Wang Shih-te teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist Image dedicated by WANG SHIH-TE and 
others.) Honan, Lo-yang, Lung-men. 650. 

61 x 43. 245176. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 47/29-30 (t,c). 

594. [Pi-ch'iu-ni Te-hsiang tsao kuan-yin hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 149 

-tt iu /2 if. rt it. If f ftat 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by TE-HSIANG.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. Yung-hui year, Ca. 650-655. 

12x16. 245361. 

Chavannes (3), 470, est. 368, fig. 645; pi. DLXIX, no. 1594. Sun 

Hsing-yen (1), 3/5a. 

595. [Wang Lun ch'i Ch'en nil p'o tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by the wife of WANG LUN, nee 
CH'EN.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. (652). 

19x15. 245367. 

Chavannes (3), 471, est. 372; pi. DLXIX, no. 1596. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 3/4b. 

596. [Yang Hsing-\I] tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by YANG HSING-D.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 652. 

17x17. 245385. 

Chavannes (3), 467, est. 355, fig. 642; pi. DLXVIII, no. 1583. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 3/5a. 

597. [Wan^ Shih-liang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by WANG SHIH-LIANG.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 653. 

11x9. 245553. 

Chavannes (2), 468, est. 359 (fig. 644, 1586); pi. DLXVIII, no. 1586. 
Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/5b. 

598. Yung-hui szu nien tsao-hsiang chi 

(Votive inscription.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 653. 



150 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

13 X 16. 245336. 

Chavannes (3), 468, est. 360; pi. DLXVIII, no. 1587. 

599. Ta T'ang San-tsang sheng-chiao hsu 

(Preface to the Buddhist Tripitaka as introduced and translated by 
HStJAN-TSANG.) Chuan, cheng: CH'U SUI-LIANG. Hsi-an, Tz'u- 
en szu. 653. Border motif. 

Three sheets: 36 x 20 (head), 147 x 42 (text). 245504/1 (d. 245504/2, 
245504/3). 

Nishikawa (1), 53-56. Shoseki: meihin sokan, vol. 10. Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 49/1-13. 

600. Wan-nien kung ming ping hsu 

(Wan-nien Palace inscription with an introduction.) Emperor KAO- 
TSUNG. Hsing: Emperor KAO-TSUNG. Shensi, Lin-yu hsien. 654. 

132 X 67. 245485. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/5a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 50/7-18. 

601. Ta T'ang San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii ping chi 

(Imperial preface to Buddhist Tripitaka as introduced and 
translated by HSUAN-TSANG.) Emperor KAO-TSUNG. Chuan, 
cheng: CH'U SUI-LIANG. WAN WEN-CHAO, engr. Hsi-an, Tz'u- 
en szu. 654. 

Scroll: 355x24 (head), 150x89 (text). 116482 (d. 116483, 
244832/la-b, 244832/2, 245195a-b). 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/5a. 

602. [Ts'an-chiln Hsin Ch'ung-min tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by HSIN CH'UNG-MIN.) Cliff 
site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 654. 

15x18. 245354. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 151 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/5b. 

603. [Ch'ing-hsin nii Han tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Record of Amitabha image dedicated by Lady HAN.) Cliff site. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 654. 

19 X 9. 245390. 

Chavannes (3), 400, est. 188; pi. DLVIII, no. 1443. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 3/5b. 

604. [Han Chung-liang pei] 

(Epitaph of HAN CHUNG-LIANG.) YU CHIH-NING. Cheng: 
WANG HSING-MAN. Shensi, San-yuan hsien. 655. 

189 X 102. 244863. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 50/18-26. 

605. [Ti-tzu Ch'en Seng-shou tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Record of Amitabha image dedicated by CH'EN SENG-SHOU.) 
Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 656. 

9x15. 245380. 

Chavannes (3), 401, est. 193; pi. DLVHI, no. 1448. 

606. [Li Chih-hai tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by LI CHIH-HAI.) Cliff site. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 656. 

17x15. 245386. 

Chavannes (3), 401, est. 192; pi. DLVIII, no. 1447. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 3/6a. 

607. [Ch'ing-hsin nil ti-tzu\I[Jtsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 



152 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by female Buddhist disciple.) 
Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 658. 

12x19. 245348. 

Chavannes (3), 402, est. 196. fig. 686; pi. DLVIII, no. 1451. Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 3/7a. 

608. Ta T'ang Hua-tu szu ku seng Hai-ch'an shih [mu-chiK\ 

^ jf it: Jl ^ ^^^^f -:^ mt^ % iX^ 

(Epitaph of HAI-CH'AN, Buddhist priest of Hua-tu Temple.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 658. Object in FMNH. 

30x29. 121647/1 (d. 121647/2, 121647/3). 

609. Ta T'ang Wang chii-shih chuan-t'a chih ming 

(Stupa epitaph of Mr. WANG, a Buddhist lay monk of T'ang; text in 
both prose and rhymed ming.) SHANG-KUAN, LING-CHIH. 
Cheng: CHING K'O. Ch'ang-an. 658. 

41 X 40. 244462. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/6b. 

610. {Ma Fu-t'o chi ch'i Liu p'o tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

% <i-v P£ II t iJ ^ i* P'J 5^ P£ it il 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by MA FU-T'O and his wife.) 
Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 659. 

13x18. 245338. 

Chavannes (3), 469, est. 364, fig. 643; pi. DLXVIII, no. 1590. 



611. [Chang p'o tsao-hsiang chi] 

^-R -JT i-2^ l^ 4U 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by the venerable Lady CHANG.) 
Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 661. 

18x6. 245384. 

Chavannes (3), 450, est. 333; pi. DLXVI, no. 1570. Sun Hsing-yen 
(1), 3/8b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 153 

612. [Shih Jen-k'uo tsao-hsiang chi\ 

^i- )tr& itil 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by SHIH JEN-K'UO.) 
Cheng. Honan, Lo-yang, Lung-men. 662. 

Two sheets: 6 x 26 (a), 24 x 19 (b). 233891a-b. 

613. [Tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

A H ?i m fi< %i 

(Record of Amitabha figure.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 663. In- 
decipherable except for date. 

14x19. 245389. 

614. [DS/ien-yuan tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Record of Buddha image made by DSHEN-YtJAN.) Cliff site. 
Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 663. 

16x14.245381. 

615. [Ch'ing-hsin nii Szu-ma chi nan Mo-hui teng tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by Lady SZU-MA, her son, MO- 
HUI, and others.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 663. 

18x10. 245397. 

Chavannes (3), 403, est. 200; pi. DLVII, no. 1454. 

616. [Ta T'ang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist figure.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 663 and 715. Object 
in FMNH. 

Three sheets: 9 x 16 (a dated 715), 11 x 14 (b), 20 x 19 (c dated 663). 
121594/1 a-c (d. 121594/2 a-c, 121594/3 b-c). 

617. Ta-T'ang ku-fan ching ta-te I-chou To-pao szu Tao-yin fa-shih 
pei-wen ping hsii 



154 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

:^ jf fe -^k^ A It S ■)■''! ^ ^f 4 il® it ^^ Vt ic^ J^ 

(Epitaph of TAO-YIN, T'ang teacher and priest of To-pao Temple.) 
LI YEN. Cheng: OU-YANG T'UNG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 663. 
Buddhist motifs on border. 

Scroll: 221 x 129. 226465 (d. 244833). lUus. 

618. Ta T'ang T'ai-tsung wen-huang-ti chih San-tsang sheng- 
chiao hsil 

(Preface to the Tripitaka.) Emperor T'AI-TSUNG. Cheng: CH'U 
SUI-LIANG. Shensi, T'ung-chou. 663. Re-cut from Tz'u-en szu 
tablet dated 653; see 601. 

214 X 100. 245157/1 (d. 245157/2). 

Sun Cheng-tse (1), 6/4 (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 49/25-28 (t,c). Wang 
Chih-i (1), 16 (c). 

619. {Wang Fa-hsin tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi\ 

(Taoist inscription and T'ien-tsun image from stele by WANG FA- 
HSIN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 664. Object, T'ien-tsun with two commoners, 
in FMNH. 

16x17 (image), 10x17 (text). 121524/1 (d. 121524/2, 121524/3, 
121524/4). Illus. 

620. {Tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription and T'ien-tsun image with dragons from Taoist votive 
dedicated by KUEI-HSIANG for CHANG HSIANG-TZU.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 665. Obverse and reverse. Object in FMNH. 

Two sheets: 53x25 (a), 54x24 (b). 121615/1 a-b (d. 121615/2 a-b). 
Illus. of both obverse and reverse. 

621. {Wang Yin-nung tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription by WANG YIN-NUNG.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo- 
yang, Lung-men. 668. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 166 

20 X 9. 245337. 

Chavannes (3), 426, est. 264, fig. 672; pi. DLXII, no. 1574. Sun 
Hsing-yen(l), 3/lla. 

622. [\I\Yeh-fa Ts'ang-shang teng tsao ti-ts'ang p'u-sa hsiang 

(Record of a Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva figure dedicated by n YEH- 
FA, TS'ANG-SHANG, and others.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 
669. 

19x9. 245405. 

Chavannes (3), 404, est. 205; pi. DLIX, no. 1459. Sun Hsing-yen (1), 
3/llb. 

623. [T'ung-ch'iian ming-wen] 

(Dated inscription: ^^ ^ J=i. ^ .) Bronze weight. Cheng. Hsi-an. 672. 
Object in FMNH. 

3x14.117892/1. 

624. Ta T'ang San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii 

(Preface and memorandum re: Buddhist Tripitaka translated into 
Chinese by HStJAN-TSANG.) Preface by Emp. T'AI-TSUNG; 
memorandum by Emp. KAO-TSUNG. Hsing: WANG HSI-CHIH 
as assembled by HUAI-JEN. CHU CHING-TS'ANG, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 673. 

10x93 (head), 207x940 (text). 245102/1 (d. 245102/2). Fa-t'ieh. 
lUus. 

Chao Hsien (1), 2/6a(c). Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 4/22-23 (c). Nishikawa (1), 
59-60. Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 18 (r,t,c). Sun Cheng-tse (1), 6/6-7 
(c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 49/13-23 (t,c). 

625. [Ta T'ang Han Pao-ts'ai mu-chih] 

(Epitaph of HAN PAO-TS'AI.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 



156 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(673). Copy of original stone erected in 673, date of burial. Gridded 
surface; variant form of character fang used. Original stone now 
missing. 

35x35.245224. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 37/29a-30a (t,c). Wang Yen (1), 1/55 (t,c). 

626. [Hsiao-tzu Chia Fu-pao wei fu-mu tsao-t'a ming] 

* ^ -t i^^ f* 4 ic ^ it,iil^ 

(Stupa votive inscription by CHIA FU-PAO.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 674. 

66x21. 245477. 

627. Chia Fu-pao tsao ming t'a chi 

(Memorial sarcophagus for burial of the soul made by CHIA FU- 
PAO for his deceased parents.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 674. Object 120983 in 
FMNH. 

Three sheets: 70x42 (inscription), 75x35, 32x36 (designs). 
120983/1 a-c (d. 120983/2 a-c, 120983/3 a-c). 

628. [Wu HsUan-chao tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription by WU HSUAN-CHAO re: erection of a Taoist God of 
Creation figure.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 676. Object, T'ien-tsun, in FMNH. 

8x77. 121523/1 (d. 121523/2, 121523/3). 

629. [Chia JenUch'i Yang Kuei-jung tsao-hsiang] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by CHIA JEN-D and 
his wife, YANG KUEI-JUNG.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 679. Object, 
Amitabha, in FMNH. 

One rubbing— from four sides of stone: 8x63. 121580/1 (d. 
121580/2, 121580/3). 

630. Yung-lung erh nien san yiieh nien-i jih [ts'an-shih] 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 157 

(Buddhist inscription giving only date.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung- 
lai. 681. 

18x 12. 233792. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

631. \Wang Chiin-i tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi] 

i ^ * it P°J ?A Pe it it 

(Votive inscription by WANG CHUN-I.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 686. 

18x10. 245393. 

Chavannes (3), 404, est. 207, fig. 697; pi. DLIX, no. 1461. 

632. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching hsii 

(Introduction to the Sarvatathagatosnlsa-vijaya-nama-dharani- 
kalpasahita.) Cheng. N.p. (689). Badly effaced. 

140x64. 245426. 

633. [Chien-li ching-ch'uang chi] 

(Reference to erection of a stone pillar.) Pillar. Cheng. Hsi-an. 698. 
52x32. 195814. 

634. [Yao Ch'in tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist votive inscription by YAO CH'IN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 703. 
Object, Buddha, in FMNH. 

7x25. 121578. 

635. [Ch'en Hui tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist image and inscription by CH'EN HUI.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 704. 

18x15. 245347. 



158 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/2 la. 

636. [Fa-chieh wei wang-mu tsao-hsiang] 

(Figures of Amitabha and two Bodhisattvas, inscription from 
votive dedicated by FA-CHIEH.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 705. Object, high 
relief from inside a rounded niche, in FMNH. 

7x7. 121609. 

637. [Hua-yin chiin-chun Yang shih ho-tsang chi] 

(Epitaph of Cn, husband of a lady, nee YANG.) LIU SHAO- 
HSIEN. Cheng: LI WE I- JEN. Hsi-an. 709. Broken tombstone with 
name of deceased missing. Gridded surface. 

66x66.245223. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 49/23a-25b (t,c). Wang Yen, 2/1-3 (t,c). 

638. Ta T'ang ku pi-ch'iu-ni Fa-yiian fa-shih pei 

(Epitaph of FA-YUAN, a female mendicant.) CH'ENG YUAN. 
Cheng: LIU CH'IN-TAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 709. Floral 
motif on border. 

Scroll: 123x96. 116467 (d. 244830). 

639. [Lii Szu-huan tsao-t'a chi] 

V ^ Tf \^ t^ -^P 

(Text of a Dharani sutra from stupa votive dedicated by LU SZU- 
HUAN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 709. Object, three Buddhist figures, in 
FMNH. 

42x45. 121477. 

640. Y^z'u-mu Chao shih tsao-hsiang] 

(Taoist mythological creature with two heads, inscription by a 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 169 

mother, nee CHAO.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 709. Reverse. Object, T'ien- 
tsun, God of Creation, in FMNH. 

35x16. 121521. 

641. [Ching-lung kuan chung-ming] 

(Taoist inscription from Ching-lung Temple.) Bronze bell. Emperor 
JUI-TSUNG. Cheng: Emperor JUI-TSUNG. Hsi-an. 711. 

59x65. 244795 (d. 245317). Vermillion ink. Illus. 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 69/24-28. 

642. Shih fu-t'u ming 

(Votive stupa erected by WANG CHIAO, a military official.) Cheng: 
NING SZU-TAO. TING CH'U-YUEH, engr. Hopeh, Fang-shan 
hsien. 711. 

65 X 59. 244500. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 50/la-b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 69/35-36. 

643. Ta T'ang I-chou Shih-t'ing fu tso kuo i tu-wei Chi-hsien T'ien 
I-ch'i shih fu-t'u sung 

(Eulogy to T'IEN I-CH'I, a military official in the Chi District of 
Shih-t'ing Prefecture of I-chou (Hopeh) for erecting a votive stiipa.) 
WANG LI-CHEN. Cheng. Hopeh, Fang-shan hsien. 712. 

66x 61. 244501. Ch'ing dyn. names appear in lower left corner of 
rubbing. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 50/8b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 69/36-38. 

644. Ta Chou ku chen-chiin ta-chiang-chiin hsing tso Ying-yang 
wei ta-chiang-chiin chien Ho-lan chou tu-tu shang chu-kuo Hang kuo 
hung Ch'i-pi fu-chiln chih pei-ming ping hsU 

(Epitaph of General CH'I-PI MING who died in 696, Wu Chou 



160 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

regime.) LOU SHIH-TE. Cheng: YIN HSUAN-TSU. Shensi, 
Hsien-yang hsien. 713. 

316x136. 244864. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 70/5-15. 

645. T'ang Shao-lin szu chieh-t'an ming yu hsii 

(Commemoration re: construction of hall for initiation of Buddhist 
priests.) I-CHING. Cheng: LI YUNG. FU LING-CHIH, engr. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. (715). Possibly a re-cut made in Kuang-hsii 
reign. 

25 X 55. 245480. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 70/21-14 (t,c). 

646. [K'ai-yuan san nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Taoist votive inscription with only CHANG, the family name of 
donor's wife, remaining.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 715. Reverse. 

7x15. 121594. 

647. [Pi-ch'iu Chen-hsing tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi\ 

(Votive inscription by CHEN-HSING.) CUff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, 
Lung-men. 715. 

13x14. 245341. 

Chavannes (3), 407, est. 216; pi. DLIX, no. 1470. Sun Hsing-yen (1), 
3/25b. 

648. Chou-kung tz'u-pei 

m u m It 

(Epitaph from shrine of Duke of Chou.) CHIA TA-I. Chuan (head), 
cheng (text). Honan, Yen-shih hsien, Confucius Temple. 715. 

30 X 29 (head), 160 x 78 (text). 244787. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 3/25b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 70/15-20 (t,c). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 161 

649. Ta T'ang Ching-yii szu ku ta-te Fa-tsang ch'an-shih t'a-ming 
ping hsii 

(Epitaph of FA-TSANG, a Buddhist priest and Master-teacher of 
the School of Meditation.) T'lEN HSIU-KUANG. Li, cheng. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 716. Gridded stone. 

63x75. 245217. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 71/1-5 (t.c). 

650. [Yang Yu-lun tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang] 

(Inscription referring to erection of a Taoist God of Creation figure 
by YANG YU-LUN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 720. Object of T'ien-tsun in 
FMNH. 

3x27. 121522/1 (d. 121522/2, 121522/3). 

651. Chang Ch'ang-ch'iu t'a-ming 

(Epitaph of CHANG CH'ANG-CH'IU, a votary of Buddhism.) 
Cheng. N.p. 722. 

20 X 18. 245406. 

652. Ta T'ang I-chou Hsin-an fu che-ch'ung Li kung shih fu-t'u 
chih ming 

±M% 'yi j-T ^ j^ 4*T m i- u :s ;i ai i u 

(Votive stupa erected by LI WEN-AN whose title was Che-ch'ung 
tu-wei in Hsin-an fu of I-chou under T'ang.) Cheng: LIANG KAO- 
WANG. Hopeh, Fang-shan hsien. 722. 

80 X 64. 244499. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 51/20b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 73/26-27. 

653. [Yii-chih K'ung-tzu Yen Hui tsan ts'an-shih] 

(Eulogy to CONFUCIUS and YEN HUI.) Cheng. Chantung, Ch'u- 



162 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

fu, Confucius Temple. 723. Only 102 characters remaining on this 
stone. 

48 X 47. 244646. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 52/la-2a (t,c). 

654. Ta T'ang Yu-shih t'ai ching-she pei-ming 

(Establishment of Buddhist house of worship in the Yii-shih t'ai, the 
Court of Censors.) TS'UI SHIH. Cheng. LIANG SHENG-CH'ING. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 723. 

96 X 62. 245141a. Obverse of 655. 

Chao Hsien (1), 4/4b (c). Pi Yuan (1), 3/2b (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 
74/8-29 (t,c). Wang Chih-i (1), 27 (c). 

655. [Yii-shih t'ai ching-she pei-yin t'i-ming] 

(List of censors of the Yii-shih t'ai.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 723. 

98 X 63. 245141b. Reverse of 654. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 74/10-29 (t). 

656. Ta T'ang Ch'in-wang shan Fa-hua szu pei ping hsii 

(History of Fa-hua Temple, Ch'in-wang Mountain.) LI YUNG. 
Hsing: LI YUNG. FU LING-CHIH, engr. Chekiang, Shao-hsing. 
725. 

190 X 85. 244943. 

Yti I-cheng (1), 16. 

657. [K'ai-yiian shih-szu nien tsao-hsiang chi\ 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. (726/746— damaged 
stone makes K'al-yiian reign mark uncertain.) Object in FMNH. 

13x7. 121577/1 (d. 121577/2, 121577/3). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 163 



658a. [Tsao fo-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist votive inscription and image of a Buddhist abbot with 
hood.) Cheng, Hsi-an. 730 (inscribed on back of the T'ang stone at a 
later date, possibly Ming). Object in FMNH. 

5x 15. 121788/1 (d. 121788/2, 121788/3). 
658b. Ta-chih ch'an-shih pei-ming 

(Epitaph of TA-CHIH [I-FU].) YEN T'ING-CHIH. Li: SHIH WEI- 
TSE. SHIH TZU-HUA, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 736. 
Obverse of 664. 

ScroU: 203 x 162. 116464/a. lUus. 

Nishikawa (1), 72-75. Wang Ch'ang (1), 81/24. Whitfield (1), 31. 

659. [I-chou shih-k'o T'ang Hsuan-tsung yii-chu Tao-te-ching pei] 

% m Z t/'J if f:C lip ii ii it ki JA 

(Complete text of part I of the Tao-te-ching with annotation by 
T'ang Emperor HSUAN-TSUNG.) AUegedly, LAO-TZU. Cheng: 
SU LING-CHIH. Hopeh, I-hsien, Lung-hsing kuan. 738. Colophons 
by WENG FANG-KANG, CHAO HSUAN, and CHAO LIEH- 

WEN. 

Eight sheets: 343-418 x 38. 244504 a-h. Order of rubbings corrected. 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 83/7-24. 

660. [Chin-hsien kung-chu wei tsou sheng-shang tz'u ta T'ang i 
ching-chiian ch'ung wei shih-ching pen pei-chi] 

•^ -1 L ' ^ T ^ ^ S^ I- @S -^ 15 <? i- 5^^ ii a^ '^ i^^ ^'^^'-'P 
ju- liJ-" t-v J:-. /So -^ i J— H*) yv J^ ^T 't-JL ^^ ^u -^ T7 -i-jL -4^ ^4- oL, 

(Request by Princess CHIN-HSIEN to the Emperor for stone in- 
scriptions to be made of the Buddhist sutras translated in the T'ang 
period.) Cheng. Hopeh, Fang-shan hsien. 740. Subsequent poems 
added by visitors to the site. Badly effaced. 

34 X 75. 244502. 

661. Meng chen-jung ch'ih 



164 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 






(Dream of Emperor HSUAN-TSUNG re: picture of LAO-TZU at 
Lou-kuan.) Hsing: SU LING-CHIH, Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 741. 

194 X 87. 245107. Possibly a Sung rubbing. 

Chao Hsien (1), 3/16b-17a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 84/8-13. 

662. To-pao t'a ming \ 

(Erection of Prabhiitaratna stupa to Mrs. KUO.) Cheng. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 741. 

42 X 45. 245226. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 56/24b-25b (t,c). 

663. Ta T'ang ku Kuan-chiln ta-chiang-chiin hsing yu wu-wei ta- 
chiang-chiin Cho-lu fu-jen Cheng shih mu-chih ming 

(Epitaph of Lady CHO-LU, nee CHENG, wife of a great T'ang 
general.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 741. Cloud design on sides. 

Scroll: 68x71. 121641 (d. 121640). 

664. Ta-chih ch'an-shih pei-yin chi 

(Epitaph of TA-CHIH, a Buddhist priest of T'ang.) YANG PO- 
CH'ENG. Li: SHIH WEI-TSE. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 741. 
Reverse of 658b. 

33x110. 245151 b. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 81/29-31 (t,c). 

665. Yen hung chih sung 

(Eulogy to YEN HUI.) CHANG CHIH-HUNG. Cheng: PAO WEN- 
KAI. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 742. 

9 X 40 (head), 187 x 83 (text). 244644. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 165 

Chao Hsien (1), 3/18b (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 85/14-16 (t.c). 

666. Ling-yen szu pei sung ping hsii 

(Praise to Ling-yen Temple.) LI YUNG. Hsing: LI YUNG. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ang-ch'ing hsien. 742. Incomplete. 

Two sheets: 89 x 91 (a), 85 x 60 (b). 244686. lUus. 

See also 1840 and 1865. 

Juan Yuan (1), 12/33b-34b (t,c). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 57/2a-5a (t,c). 

667. Ta T'ang ku Wei-chiin Shoo kung chih lei 

(Eulogy to SHAG JUN-CHIH of Wei-chun; in four character 
rhyme.) HSU CH'IAO. Chuan, Li: SHIH WEI-TSE. Hsi-an. 742. 

Scroll: 32x63 (head), 113x63 (text). 116467/bis. 

668. [HsUan-yiian ling-ying sung ping hsU] 

(Preface and eulogy re: the dream of emperor HStJAN-TSUNG.) 
TAI HSUAN and LIU T'UNG-SHENG. Li: TAI CHI. SHIH 
TUNG, engr. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 742. 

200 X 89. 245094. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 86/1-6 (t,c). 

669. [Ch'ien-tzu-wen tuan-pei] 

{Ch'ien-tzu-wen— ''Essay of a Thousand Characters.") Ts'ao: 
CHANG HSU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple, (ca. 742-756). 

Six sheets: each 28 vertically by 46, 76, 109, 83, 52, 31. 245138a-f. 
Fa-t'ieh. lUus. 

Chao Hsien (1), 4/12a-b. Ecke (1), 15. Pi Yuan (1), 3/13b (c). Sun 
Hsing-yen (1), 3/42a. Wang Chih-i (1), 34. 

670. Shih-chi szu Lung-ch'an fa-shih pei-ming 



166 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Eulogy to HUAI-YtJN, Buddhist priest of Shih-chi Temple.) SZU- 
CHUANG and disciples. Hsing in style of WANG HSI-CHIH. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 744. Buddhist motif on borders. 

Scroll: 162x129. 116466. 

Chu Feng (1), 4/7a-b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 86/12-20. 

671. [T'ang Tien-pao san nien tsao-hsiang chi] ^ 

(Buddhist image and inscription.) Cheng. Shantung. (744). Badly 
deteriorated stone. 

132x60. 245187. 

672. [Shih-t'ai Hsiao-ching] 

X^ ^:C ^ k^ 

(Text of Hsiao-ching, Canon of FiUal Peity.) Cheng, Hsing. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 745. Prefatory comments by Emperor HSUAN- 
TSUNG. List of high officials. 

Eight sheets: 296 x 117 (a-d), 200 x 30 (e-h). 245142 a-h. 

Ecke (1), 14. Nishikawa (1), 76-79. Pi Yuan (1), 3/lOb-lla (c). Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 87/1-12 (t,c). 

673. nUtsao shih-chia hsiang r.hi \ \ \ \ 



(Votive inscription.) Cliff site. Cheng. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 749. 

30 X 8. 245345. 

Chavannes (3), 428, est. 273; pi. DLXIII, no. 1522. 

674. [Shou-fu Shih-pao ch'eng shih-ch'uang] 

(Memorial re: the re-capture of Shih-pao City, an ancient Chinese 
stronghold on the Tibetan border necu" Kansu.) Red sandstone oc- 
tagonal pillar. Cheng. Kansu, T'ao-chou. 749. Object in FMNH. 

Six sheets: ea. 142 x 8. 121938/la-f (d. 121938/2a-f). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 167 

675. Ta T'ang ku ch'u shih p'eijung fu wei Lei chiin mu-chih ming 
ping hsii 

(Epitaph of LEI HSUN.) Chuan, cheng. Shensi, Ho-yang hsien. 751. 
Two sheets: 31 x 30 (head), 48 x 48 (text). 245319a-b. 
Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 58/4a-5b. 

676a. Ta T'ang Hsi-ching Ch'ien-fu szu to-pao fo-t'a kan-ying pel 
wen 

A ^ >& t, -t .ta # f f ^4 44 ft-f^ X 

(Erection of Buddhist stOpa at Ch'ien-fu szu following a vision of 
CH'U CHIN, and dream of Emperor HSUAN-TSUNG.) TS'EN 
HSUN. Cheng. YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
752. 

Album, 46 faces: 30 x 72. 119597a (d. 244829/1, 244829/2, 244829/3). 
Illus. 

Nishikawa (1), 80-81. 

676b. T'ang kuo shih Ch'ien-fu szu To-pao t'a-yiian ku fa-hua Ch'u 
Chin ch'an-shih pei 

M 11 i^ + *i 4 I ^f i§ Pt ife i4 * 'g ^ ff ^^li 

(Eulogy to a great monk, CH'U CHIN of Ch'ien-fu Temple, Hsi-an, a 
scholar of the Ch'an sect of Buddhism. Canonized as TA-YUAN 
CH'AN-SHIH in 797.) FEI-HSI. Cheng: WU T'UNG-WEI. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 805. Reverse of 676a. 

Album of 46 faces: 70 x 91. 244829/lb (d. 119597/b). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 104/43-49 (t,c). Wang Chih-i (1), p. 45 (c). 

677. [Chang Yiian-chung fu-jen Ling-hu shih mu chih] 

(Epitaph of Lady CHANG YUAN-CHUNG, nee LING-HU.) Hsing. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 754. 

54x54. 245218. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 58/20a-22a (t,c). 



168 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

678. [Chih-te erh nien tsao Lao-chiin hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription re: erection of Lao-tzu image.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 
Reign mark of Chih-te (757) is uncertain. Object in FMNH. 

8x41. 121576/1 (d. 121576/2). 

679. [Yeh Chin-t'ien-wang tz'u t'i-chi] 

(Visit to CHIN-T'IEN-WANG Shrine.) YEN CHEN-CH'ING. 
Cheng: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Shensi, Hua-yin hsien. 758. 

174x28. 245110. lUus. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 4/la. Wang Ch'ang (1), 79/2-5 (t,c). 

680. Ch'i yii shu-t'i fang-sheng ch'ih pei o-piao 

(Buddhist request to the Emperor to place his calligraphy on a head 
tablet for "liberating Hving creatures in a pond".) YEN CHEN- 
CH'ING. Cheng: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Chekiang, Hu-chou. 760. 
Possibly a copy from original stone. 

32 X 94. 245059. 

Ou-yang Fei (1), 7/6a. Yeh I-pao (1), 7/4a. 

681. [To-ho ch'eng pei] 

(Inscription re: the wall of Taga [built in 724].) Cheng. Tokyo. 762. 
Scroll: 30 x 79 (head), 122 x 79 (text). 164020. lUus. 
Papinot (1), 615. 

682. [Ta T'ang ta chiang-chiln Wang fu-jen Chao shih mu-chih 
ming] 

:^ jf ^il4 ? i [?] ^ ;v.^ ei a it- 

(Epitaph of Lady WANG, nee CHAO, wife of a great T'ang general.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 764. Object in FMNH. 

35x35. 121632/1 (d. 121632/2). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 169 

683. [Li shih san-fen chi\ 

(Epitaphs of three brothers of the LI family.) LI CHI-CH'ING. 
Chuan: LI YANG-PING. LI KUANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 767. Obverse and reverse. Border design on c and d. 

Four sheets: 180x65 (a), 150x62 (b), 149x23 (c), 143x22 (d). 
245154a-d. 

Nishikawa (1), 83-84. Wang Ch'ang (1), 94/14-21 (t,c). 

684. \Yen Lu-kung mo-chi\ 

^s -^^ ^^ s~ -^i 

(Personal letters.) Cheng, ts'ao: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. N.p. 768. 
Possibly a re-cut. 

92x32. 245061. Fa-t'ieh. 

685. Sung t'a Yen Lu-kung ta Ma-ku hsien t'an-chi 

(Inscription recording the altar of the immortal Ma-ku at Ma-ku 
shan, Nan-ch'eng District, Kiangsi.) Cheng: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. 
Kiangsi, Nan-ch'eng hsien. 771. 

Book: 30 X 18. 245058. Fa-t'ieh. Photolithographic edition from 
Sung rubbing of original stone. Notes by CHANG T'ING-CHI 

(1768-1848). 

Shoseki meihin sokan,^ vol. 40 (r,t). 

686. [Sung Ching pei] 

(Epitaph of SUNG CHING erected by SUNG YEN, his grandson.) 
Cheng. YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Hopei, Sha-ho hsien. 772. Completes 
information re: official functions of SUNG CHING and corrects 
dates erroneously recorded in historic annals. 

Three sheets: 271 x 140 (I), 271 x 38 (II), 268 x 141 (III). 245114. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 7/15-16 (c). Sun Cheng-tse (1), 6/14 (c). Wang 
Ch'ang (1), 97/1-25 (t,c). 

687. Huang Shih-kung tz'u chi 



170 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Memorial at Shrine of HUANG SHIH-KUNG.) LI CHO. Chuan, 
Li: P'EI P'ING. Shantung, Tung-a hsien, Ku-ch'eng shan. 773. 

30 X 28 (head), 130 x 85 (text). 244687. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 99/1-6. 

688. [Huang Shih-kung chi pei-yin] 

(Complimentary note re: HUANG SHIH-KUNG.) Chuan. Li: P'EI 
P'ING. Shantung, Tung-a hsien, Ku-ch'eng shan. 773. Reverse of 
687. 

27 X 20 (head), 79 x 72 (text). 244688. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 99/1-6. 

689. Wen-hsiian-wang miao hsin-men chi 

:fe "t i Ji i^T PI sL 

(Reconstruction of new gate at Wen-hsiian-wang miao.) P'EI 
HSIAO-CHIH. Chuan, Li: P'EI P'ING. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Con- 
fucius Temple. 774. 

25 X 14 (head), 118 x 70 (text). 244648. 

Juan Yuan (1), 13/4a-6a. Wang Ch'ang (1), 99/9-12 (t,c). 

690. [Sung Ching pei-ts'e chi] 

(Additional note referring to SUNG CHING.) YEN CHEN- 
CH'ING. Cheng: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Hopei, Sha-ho hsien. 778. 
From side of 686. 

262x38. 245115. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 7/16 (c). Sun Cheng-tse (1), 6/5 (c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 97/8-25 (t,c). 

691. Yen shih chia-miao chih pei 

(Memorial from YEN family shrine.) YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Cheng. 
Hsi-an. Confucius Temple. 780. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 171 

Two albums; 94 faces: 30x19. 119598a-b (d. 244841/la-d, 
24484 l/2a-d). Fa-t'ieh. Illus. 

Nishikawa (1), 89-93. Wang Ch'ang (1), 101/23-45 (t.c). Whitfield (1), 
33. 

692. T'ang ku Wen-chou Yung-chia hsien ling Ch'en-chiin Tuan fu- 
chiin mu ping hsii 

Jf t1 il Wi 4v ^ #,^ ^ ft^^lJH'^ 1 # J? 

(Epitaph of Tuan, Magistrate of Yung-chia District of Wen-chou.) 
Hsing. Hsi-an. Ca. 780-783. Spiral design along edges. Object in 
FMNH. 

33x33. 121638/1 (d. 121638/2, 121639). 

693. T'ang Ta-hsing shan szu ku ta-te ta-pien cheng Kuang-chih 
san-tsang ho-shang pei-ming ping hsii 

M ±^^ ^^"iX t)t- X ?4f i ji ^ - .^4^ ,^ Vti^ ^ n 

(Epitaph of PU-K'UNG, T'ang Buddhist priest of Ta-hsing shan 
Monastery.) YEN YING. Cheng: HSU HAO. Hsi-an, Ta-hsing shan 
szu. 781. 

195x94. 245156. 

Nishikawa (1), 95-96. Wang Ch'ang (1), 102/14-20 (t,c). 

694. Ta Ch'in Ching-chiao liu-hsing Chung-hua pei 

(Nestorian monument re: history of Nestorian Christians in China.) 
CHING CHING, priest of Ta-Ch'in Monastery. Ch. and Syriac. 
Cheng: LU HSIU-YEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 781. 

Scroll: 485 x 63. 116469 (d. 224792/1, 244792/2, 244792/3, 244792/4). 

Nishikawa (1), 94. Saeki (1), 53-112 (r.t.c). Whitfield (1), 34. 

695. T'ang kuo shih Ch 'ien-fu szu to-pao t'a-yiian ku fa-hua Ch 'u 
Chin ch 'an-shih pei 

(Eulogy to CH 'U CHIN of Ch 'ien-fu Temple, a scholar of the Ch 'an 
sect, canonized as TA-YUAN CH 'AN-SHIH.) FEI-HSI, a Buddhist 
monk. Cheng: WU T'UNG-WEI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 805. 



172 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

70x91. 244829/lb. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 104/43-49 (t,c). Wang Chih-i (1), 45 (c). 

696. [Ni-hsiang yin-wen] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) From back of stamped clay miniature 
bodhisattva in style of bronze figure found in ancient pagodas. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 815. Object in FMNH. 

5x2. 121942/1 (d. 121942/3). 

697. Ta T'ang ku Hsuan-chou szu-kung ts'an-chun Wei fu-chiin 
mu-chih ming ping hsii 

(Epitaph of WEI MO, a military commissary.) WEI K'UANG- 
TSAN, son of deceased. Hsing: WEI K'UANG-TSAN. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 815. 

48 X 48. 245220. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 69/lla-18a (t,c). 

698. T'ang ku ch'ao-san ta-fu mi-shu-sheng chu-tso-lang chih shih 
Ching-chao Wei kung hsiian-t'ang chih 

(Epitaph of WEI TUAN of Ching-chao.) WEI SHU, son of deceased. 
Cheng: WEI SHU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 820. The term Hsiian- 
t'ang meaning "Sombre Hall," was here used for the first time. 

46 X 46. 245225. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 70/17b-23b (t,c). Wang Yen (1), 2/34-37. 

699. Pin kuo kung kung-te ming 

(Eulogy to LIANG SHOU-CH'IEN.) YANG CH'ENG-HO. Cheng: 
YANG CH'ENG-HO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 823. 

Scroll: 246 x 167. 116468 (d. 244840). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 107/27-39. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 173 

700. [Chang Tao-chiin tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: erection of T'ien-tsun image by CHANG TAO- 
CHtJN.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 832. Object in FMNH. 

19x13. 121560/1 (d. 121560/2, 121560/3, 121560/4, 121560/5). 

701. [Chin shih-ching chuang ts'an-tzu\ 

(Report to the Emperor re: the Chinese classics cut on stone.) 
CHENG T'AN. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (837). 

88 X 54. 245462. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 73/8a-9b (t,c). 

702. [K'ai-ch'eng erh nien shih-k'o shih-erh ching Cheng T'an teng 
jen ming-lu ts'an-shih] 

(Names of officials, CHENG T 'AN et al., who pcu-ticipated in the 
work of the 12 classics cut in stone in 837 A.D.) Cheng, Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 837. Fragments. Probably reverse of 701. 

93 X 47. 245468. 

Nishikawa (1), 105-106. Wang Ch'ang (1). 109/14 (t,c). 

703. Feng Su [shen-tao] pei 

(Epitaph of FENG SU.) WANG CH'I. Cheng: LIU KUNG- 
CH'UAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 837. Badly damaged stone. 

213x56. 245143. 

Sun Cheng-tse (1), 7/2 (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 113/1-4 (t,c). 

704. Ta T'ang San-tsang ta-pien-chiieh fa-shih t'a ming 

(Stupa epitaph of HSUAH-TSANG.) LIU K'O. Hsing: CHIEN- 
CH'U. SUNG HUNG-TU, engr. Hsi-an. 839. 



174 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

80x158. 245320. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 113/26-36 (t,c). 

705. Hsuan-pi t'a pei '^ 

(Epitaph of TA-TA FA-SHIH, a Buddhist teacher; eulogy in four- 
character rhyme.) P'EI HSIU. Cheng: LIU KUNG-CH'UAN. 
SHAO CHIEN-HO, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 842. Buddhist 
motif on border. 

Scroll: 242 X 175. 116463/a. Obverse of 710. Illus. 

Nishikawa (1), 107-108. Wang Ch'ang (1), 113/53-58. 

706. [Ta-ta fa-shih hsiian-pi t'a pei ming] 

(Epitaph of TA-TA FA-SHIH, a Buddhist teacher and priest.) P'EI 
HSIU. Cheng: LIU KUNG-CH'UAN. SHAO CHIEN-HO and 
SHAO CHIEN-CH'U, engrs. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple, Pei-lin. 842. 

233 X 116. 245618. From WANG CHING-LIEN collection. 

Fuchs (1), no. 138. Wang Ch'ang (1), 113/63-58. 

707. T'ang ku Hsiian kung ts'an-chiin Chii-lu Wei chiin fu-jen 
Chao shih mu-chih ming ping hsii 

(Epitaph of Lady WEI, nee CHAO, wife of WEI MO.) WANG 
CH'OU. Hsing. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 845. 

52x52.245221. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 74/7b-13a (t,c). 

708. T'ang yin-ch'ing kuang-lu ta-fu Ti kung ku fu-jen Lang-yeh 
Wang shih mu-chih ming 

jt ii* ^# ^ it S i: fe ^ ^v itfn i fc * tiix 

(Epitaph of Mrs. TI, n6e WANG, wife of a T 'ang official.) KU FAN. 
Cheng: MA K'UO. Shantung, Hsia-ch'iu hsien. 846. Six robed 
animal figures on sides. 

72 X 104 (including side panels). 233821. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 175 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 83/7-24. 



709. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching ch'uang 

(Dharani sutra translated from Sanskrit by FO-T '0-PO-LI, a 
monk.) Round or hexagonal pillar dedicated by Lady LI WEN- 
TUAN at Ch 'ang-an. Cheng. Hsi-an. 848. 

Eight sheets: 160 x 15. 245427. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 4/24b. 

710. [Hsiian-pi t'a pei yin] 

(Land deed for construction of a prayer hall as a memorial to a Bud- 
dhist, TA-TA FA-SHIH.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 851. 
Names of buyer and officials. 

53 X 102. 245146b. Reverse of 705. 

Chao Hsien (1), 3/22b (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 114/1-3 (t,c). 

711. Ku An-nan chiin fu-jen tseng ts'ai-jen Ch'iu shih mu-chih 
ming ping hsil 

(Epitaph of Lady, nee CH'IU of An-nan chiin, given the title of ts'ai- 
jen [Imperial concubine].) Hsing: CHU CH'I. CH'IANG TSUNG, 
engr. Ch'ang-an hsien. 851 

59x61. 195812. 

712. Cheng-yen su 

7F "^ ,T^ 

(Statement re: presentation of real estate to a Buddhist temple.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 852. Part of reverse of 705. 

38x121. 245262. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 114/3-5 (t,c). Wang Chih-i (1), 49 (c). 

713. Entry deleted. Duplicate of 692. 

714. Ta T'ang ku Wang fu-jen mu-chih ming 



176 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Chih-kai of Lady CHIAO, nee WANG.) Chuan. Hsi-an. 855. Finely I 
traced cosmic animals on sides. Object in FMNH. See 715 for 
epitaph. 

Scroll: 44 x 44. 121649 (d. 121648/1, 121648/2). lUus. 

715. T'ang ku nei-p'u-ling Chiao fu-chiln fu-jen Lang-yeh chiin 
Wang shih mu-chih 

]% fe 1^ ft ^ *- jh^ ^K lifnftf i K. S i*. 

(Epitaph of Lady CHIAO, nee WANG, native of Lang-yeh chiin, 
wife of the Hon. CHIAO.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 855. Twelve animals in of- 
ficial garb on the four sides representing "12 branches" of the sex- 
agenary cycle. Object in FMNH. See 714 for Chih-kai. 

ScroU: 43 x 44. 121645 (d. 121645/2, 121645/3). lUus. 

716. Yung-shou hsiang ching-ch'uang 

(SOtra with eight different Buddha images. Erected by CH'EN 
HUNG at Chiang-ts'un Village, Yung-shou-hsiang.) Octagonal 
pillar. Cheng. Shensi, Yung-shou-hsiang. 856. Object 121627 in 
FMNH. 

Scroll of eight faces: 118 x 83. 121626. 

Mao Feng-chih (2); Wu Shu-shan (1), 18/19. 

717. [P'an Huai-ch'ien tsao tsun-sheng ching ch'uang] 

y^ \ ^<. .bW^ i^^ -^ nh 'VX, I X. 

(Buddhist text. Offering by P'AN HUAI-CH'IEN.) Cheng. N.p. 858. 
56 X 57. 233769. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

718. [Fo-chiao ching-wen ts'an-shih] 



(Buddhist inscription.) Cheng. Szechwan, Ch'iung-lai. 859. Frag- 
ment from ruins of T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai. 

20 X 22. 233788. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
719. T'ang ku Lung-hsi Li Jang-niang mu-chi 



i 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 177 

(Epitaph and cover stone of LI JANG-NIANG.) LI CH'ENG-I, 
father of LI JANG-NIANG. Cheng: MA YUN. Hsi-an. 861. Twelve 
cyclical animals on border. Objects in FMNH. 

Two sheets: 39x39 {chih-kai), 37x37 (epitaph). 121561/a-b (d. 
121561/2, 121561/3). lUus. 

720. T'ang ku Chi-hsien-chih yiian Jung wang fu ch'ang-shih 
Ch'eng kung mu-chih ming ping hsii 

M ^t^ *: % fi- Pt^t ^* i;^ -fe * *ii: S Ui^ # n 

(Epitaph of CH'ENG HSIU-CHI.) WEN HSIEN. Cheng: CH'ENG 
CHIN-SZU, son of deceased. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 863. 

54x55.245219. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 76/lb-7a (t,c). Wang Yeng (1), 2/53-55 (t,c). 

721. Hsin-hsiu Ch'u-fu hsien wen-hsuan-wang miao chi 

(Restoration of Confucius Temple at Ch'ti-fu.) CHIA FANG. Cheng. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 870. 

10 X 48 (head), 123 x 73 (text). 244654. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 117/20-24. 



WU CHOU 

722. [Wu-chou tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist image.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Hua-t'a szu. Ca. 
690-704. 

17x82. 245177. 

723. [Huo san niang tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by the third daughter of the 
HUO family.) Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung-men. 7th month, 15th day. 

32 X 10. 245398. 

Chavannes (3), 406, est. 214, fig. 700; pi. LIX, no. 1468. 

724. [Ta-yiln szu mi-lo chung ko pei\ 

(Dedication of Maitreya hall at Ta-yiin Temple.) TU CH'ENG. 
Hsing: CHING SHIH-SHAN. LI T'AN-TU, engr. Shansi, I-shih 
hsien. 692. Obverse and reverse. 

Four sheets: 125 x 80 (a), 68 x 4 (b), 36 x 3 (c), 330 x 73 (d). 245189a-d 
(d. 245189b/2, c/2, d/2). 

Hu P'ing-chih (1), 5/6-10. 

725. Ta Chou ku Chen-chou Jung-te hsien ch 'eng Liang chiin mu 
ming ping hsU 

(Epitaph of LIANG SHIH-LIANG, Assistant Magistrate of Jung- 

178 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 179 

te District under Wu-chou regime.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 697. 

55 X 70. 245222. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 62/8-13 (t,c). 

726. [Ta Chou Ch'ang-an san nien tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Buddhist votive inscription.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 703. Object in FMNH, 
Two sheets: 7x6 (a), 7 x 18 (b). 121579/la-b (d. 121579/2a-b). 

727. {Wei Chiin tsao-hsiang ming] 

(Inscription re: Buddhist image made by WEI CHUN.) Cheng. Hsi- 
an, Hua-t'a szu. 703. Includes characters invented by Empress WU. 

15x60. 245179. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 49/7a-b (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 65/18 (t,c). 

728. [Yao Yiian-ching tsao-hsiang ming] 

(Inscription re: dedication of Buddhist image by YAO YUAN- 
CHING in the Hall of Kuang-chai szu.) Pillar. Cheng. Hsi-an, Hua- 
t a szu. 704. 

18x64. 245178. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 65/23-24 (t,c). 



HOU LIANG 
729. [Li Tsung tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from votive dedicated by LI TSUNG.) Cliff site. Cheng. 
Lo-yang, Lung-men. 915. 

9x13. 245368. 

Chavannes (3), 428, est. 274, fig. 671; pi. DLXIII, no. 1523. 



180 



HOUT'ANG 

730. [Ku Ch'ien shih ti hsin ch'i ming-wen] 

(Deed to grave plot proving ownership by a deceased member of the 
CH'IEN family in attempt to ward off surrounding spirits.) Cheng. 
Szechwan, Hsi-p'u hsien. 929. 

37 X 30. 233786. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. lUus. 



181 



HOU CHIN 
731. / wen-hsiian-wang miao chi 

(Record of removal of Confucius Temple.) FENG TAO. Hsing: 
YANG SZU-CHIN. Shensi, Ta-li hsien. 946. 

65x102.244758. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 120/35-38. 



182 



LIAO 

732. Yang-t'ai shan Ch'ing-shui yuan ch'uang-tsao tsang-ching 
chi 

(Establishment of a fund for the special purpose of re-printing a col- 
lection of the Tripitaka.) CHIH-YEN. Chuan, cheng: LI K'O- 
CHUNG. TS'AO PIEN, engr. Western HiUs, Ta-chueh szu. 1068. 

35 X 68 (head), 100 x 38 (text). 244137. 

HUdebrand (1), 5. Wang Ch'ang (1), 153/10-12. 

733. Yang-t'ai shan Ch'ing-shui yiian tsang-ching chi 

(Names of contributors to the re-printing of a collection of the 
Tripitaka.) Cheng. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. (1068). Presumably 
reverse of 732. Dragon motif on headstone border. 

50 X 68 (head), 99 x 68 (text). 244138. 

734. [K'o-tzu chuan] 

(Dated brick.) Tomb brick. Li. Szechwan. (1083). 

36x4 (edge), 35x26 (flat surface), 29x6 (end). 233602. D. C. 
GRAHAM, coll. 

735. Ma-an shan ku ch'ung-lu ta-fu shou-szu-k'ung ch'uan p'u-sa 
Chieh-t'an chu ta-shih i-hsing pei-ming 

(Epitaph of a great priest, FA-CHUN, of Chieh-t'an Temple.) 



183 



184 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

WANG TING. Ching: WANG TING. WANG WEI-YUEH, engr. 
West of Peking, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1091. 

235x110. 244212. 



SUNG 

736. P'ing Huai-hsi pei 

(Record of a military campaign against WU YUAN-CHI.) HAN YU. 
Cheng. Honan, Ju-ning fu. Possibly a re-written stone originally 
dated 810; incomplete text. 

Two sheets: 247 x 90. 245109/la-b (d. 245109/2a-b). 

Li Kuang-ying (1), 12/12-14 (c). Yii I-cheng (1). 

737. {Yen Lu-kung yii Kuo p'u-yeh shu] 

(Message sent by YEN CHEN-CH'ING to KUO YING-I.) YEN 
CHEN-CH'ING. Ts'ao: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. Hsi-an. Confucius 
Temple. Re-cut, from original tablet dated 764. 

Three sheets: 69 x 102. 245062 (d. 245147. Also 245130 for border 
design). Fa-t'ieh. 

738. [Yen Lu kung yii Kuo p'u-yeh shu pei hua-wen] 

(Border design from 737.) Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
19x142. 245130. 

739. Sung t'ung-chih lang t'ung-p'an Ming-chou Yang kung mu- 

"^""^ ^ A ^ feP i^ ^J i% t'i %% U S i% 

(Epiteph of YANG YUNG.) Chuan and cheng. Shantung, Hsii- 
ch 'eng hsien (currently Tung-p 'ing hsien). Mostly indecipherable. 



186 



186 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

55 X 61 (head), 89 x 85 (text). 244712a-b. 

740. [Yin-wen] 

(Four character seal: i^. "^ ^ ^P , Kuang-an chiin yin, seal of a 
military general of Kuang-an.) Bronze. Chuan, Hsi-an. 

6x6.117060. 

741. [Yin-wen] 

(Eight character seal of an imperial military commissioner of Chen- 
hai, Chekiang.) Bronze, Chuan. Hsi-an (Sung). Object in FMNH. 

4x4. 117065. 

742. [T'ung-lei ming-wen] 

(Inscriptionfrominsideneckof very long vase: -^ i^ ^ ^4 -^ .) 
Bronze lei type. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

7x6. 117489/1. 

743. [T'ung-tsun ming-wen] 

(Inscription from large globular vase.) Bronze. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Ob- 
ject in FMNH. 

4x5. 117508/1. 



744. [Ku t'ung-ch'i] 

(Part of one face of a ceremonial vessel showing two round handles 
springing from elephant heads.) Bronze. Hsi-an. Li. Rubbing of in- 
scription is listed in Appendix. Object in FMNH. 

8x8. 117527. 

745. [Lien-hua hsi] 

•^ -*^ ^u- 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 187 

(Fish and floral relief from bottom of tripod in shape of lotus.) 
Bronze. Hsi-an. Sung/Ming. 

20x20. 117576. 

746. Tao-te\pei] 

(Two character tao-te.) Cheng: P'ING SHAN. Shensi, Chou-chih 
hsien. (Sung). 

151x73.245106. 

747. Ti-i shan 

^ - uL 

(Three large characters meaning "Number One Mountain," com- 
memorating a visit to Chung-nan Mountain.) Hsing: MI FEI. Shen- 
si, Chou-chih hsien. 

202x91. 245099. lUus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 138/28 (t.c). Wu Shu-shan (1), 22/12. 

748. [Ho Ch'ii-ang lai yu-man t'i\ 

(Poem commemorating a visit to Ling-yin Temple.) HO CH'U-ANG. 
Hsing: HO CH'U-ANG. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. (Sung). 
Chia-hsii cycle year. 

27 X 42. 244924. 

749. K'ung-sheng shou-chih kuei tsan 

(Praise to a kuei tree planted by Confucius.) MI FEI. Hsing: MI 
FEI. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 

131x61.244649. 

Fa Wei-t'ang (1), Yen-chou fu 7. 



750. [Su Shih shou-hsing t'u] 
(Picture and character of God of Longevity.) SU SHIH, art. Cheng: 



188 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

SU SHIH. N.p. (Sung). 
66x33. 245316. 

751. Chung Lii erh hsien hua-hsiang pei 

(Portraits of CHUNG LI-CH'UAN and LU TUNG-PIN, two Taoist 
immortals.) Cheng. LIU CHIH-SHUN, engr. Shensi, Chou-chih 
hsien. Tablet erected by WANG SHOU-CHEN. 

108 X 52. 245090. 

752. [Hua-mei] 

(Painting of plum blossoms; poem.) I-SHAN. SU SHIH, art. Li. Hsi- 
an. (Sung). Tablet made by CHAO SHANG-TE, Ch 'ang-an. One of a 
pair— see 753. 

Scroll: 99x32. 116435. lUus. 

753. [Mei-hua] 

(Painting of plum blossoms; poem.) I-SHAN. SU SHIH, art. Li. Hsi- 
an. (Sung). Poetic note by HUANG HSIU. One of a pair— see 752. 

Scroll: 96x30. 116443. lUus. 

754. Entry deleted. 

755. Chung-nan shan ku Lou-kuan tao-tsu shuo ching-t 'ai chih 
shan t 'u 



(Illustrated plan of ancient Lou-kuan showing location of platform 
from where LAO-TZU preached the classics.) Cheng. Shensi, Chou- 
chih hsien. (Sung). 

100 X 65. 245089. lUus. 



756. [T'ang Chang Hsu tu-t'ung t'ieh] 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 189 

(Calligraphy re: a belly-ache.) Ts'ao: CHANG HSU. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. (Sung). From lower part of 790 tablet. 

Two sheets: 29 x 55 (a), 32 x 54 (b). 245459. Fa-t'ieh. 

Chu Feng (1), 10/12a. 

757. K'ung-tzu miao fang chih pei 

(Eulogy to CONFUCIUS.) YU SHIH-NAN. Cheng: YU SHIH- 
NAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ca. 960-967. Re-cut tablet erected 
by WANG YEN-CHAD from original, dated 627. Destroyed in 
Chen-kuan reign period. 

182 X 96. 245263. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 41/16-29 (t,c). 

758. Ch 'ung-hsiu wen-hsUan-wang miao chi 

(Rebuilding of Confucius Temple, Hsi-an by WANG YEN-CH'AO, 
Governor of Hsi-an,) LIU TS'UNG-I. Hsing: DCHAO-CHI. AN 
JEN-TSO, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 962. 

Two sheets: 145 x 76 (obverse), 92 x 72 (reverse). 245437a-b. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 123/9-14 (t,c). 

759. Ch'ao Kao-seng-chuan hsii 

# 1^ if i^ jf 

(Introduction to Biographies of Eminent Buddhist Priests.) T'AO 
KU. Chuan: KUO CHUNG-SHU. Hsing: KUO CHUNG-SHU and 
MENG-YING. AN WEN-TS'AN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
Ca. 963-968. 

144 X 78. 245453. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 124/13-16 (t,c). 

760. Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei 

(Honorarium to Hua-shan, the western sacred mountain.) Li. N.p. 
963. Re-cut. Original, cut in 165 at Hua-shan no longer exists. 



190 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Album of 18 sheets: 20 x 31 (head), 20 x 30 (text). 245126. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 11/15-34 (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 10/la-7b (t,c). 

761. Chuan-shu Ch'ien-tzu-wen 

I =1 + * 5C 

("Essay of a Thousand Characters.") Chuan: MENG-YING, with 
transcription in cheng. AN JEN-YU, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 966. Tablet erected by WU T'ING-TSU. 

235 X 98. 245452. Obverse of 762. Fa-t'ieh. lUus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 124/1-4 (t,c). Whitfield (1), 36. 

762. Chuan-shu Ch'ien-tzu-wen hsii 

(Preface to the "Essay of a Thousand Characters.") T'AO KU. 
Chuan, cheng: HUANG-FU YEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 967. 
Reverse of 761. 

185 X 79. 245451. Fa-t'ieh. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 124/9-10 (t,c). 

763. [Chuan-shu Ch'ien-tzu-wen pei hua-wen] 

(Border design from "Essay of a Thousand Characters.") Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 966. 

Two sheets: 226 x 30. 245155a-b. lUus. 

764. Huang-ti Yin-fu ching 

(Yin-fu ching text supposedly written by the Yellow Emperor.) 
Chuan, Li, Cheng: KUO CHUNG-SHU. AN TSU, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. Pei-lin. 966. 

140x85. 244831/1 (d. 244831/2, 244831/3). Fa-t'ieh. lUus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 124/7-9 (t,c). 

765. Nan-yiieh hsiian-i ta-shih Meng-ying shih-pa t 'i chuan-shu 

m^^t$k-k ^^ f; * + > vft** 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 191 

(Eighteen examples of seal style.) MENG-YING. Chuan: MENG- 
YING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 967. Notes and compliments in Li 
and Cheng. 

128 X 78. 244834/1 (d. 244834/2, 244834/3). Fa-t'ieh. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 6/188. 

766. Fo shuo mo-li chih-t'ien ching 

(Two sutras: one Buddhist, the Fo shuo mo-li chih-t'ien ching; one 
Taoist, the Yin-fu ching. Each accompanied by illustration.) LI 
FENG-KUEI, and TI SHOU-SU, arts. Cheng: YUAN CHENG- 
CHI. AN JEN-TSO, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 968. Donors. 

126 X 60. 245450 (d. 244828). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 124/11-13 (t,c). 

767. T'ai-shang lao-chiin Ch'ang-ch'ing-ching ching 

(Copy of the Ch'ang-ch'ing-ching ching.) Cheng: P'ANG JEN- 
HSIEN. AN WEN-TS'AN, engr. Hsi-an. 980. 

122 X 63. 245449. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 125/19-20 (t.c). 

768. Fu-tzu miao t'ang-chi 

(Eulogy to Confucius.) CH'ENG HAD. Cheng: MENG-YING. AN 
WEN-CHI, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 982. Re-cut from 767 
stone made for Confucius Temple at Fu-feng hsien, Shensi, and 
edited by CH'ENG HAD, with calligraphy of YEN CHEN- 
CH'ING. Colophon by MENG-YING; statements by TSU CHI, 
CHAD TAI, and LI CHUN. 

120x74. 245428. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 95/2-6 (t,c) and 125/25-28 (t,c). 

769. Ta Sung hsin-i San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii 



192 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Preface to a new translation of Buddhist Tripitaka.) Emperor T'AI- 
TSUNG. Li: YUN-SHENG. Hsi-an, ConfuciusTemple. 988. 

164 X 37. 245446. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 125/43-48. 

770. [I-shan k'o-shih mu pen] 

(Commemoration to CH 'IN SHIH-HUANG-TI for unifying the em- 
pire.) Chuan. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 993. Re-cut by CHENG 
WEN-PAO. 

149x76 (a), 149x70 (b). 234911a-b (d. 244843a-b, 245196a-b). 

Nishikawa (1), 109-110. Pi Yiian (1), 1/la-b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 4/1-8 
(t,c). 

771. [Hsi-an Pei-lin Sung j en t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscriptions by visitors to Pei-lin.) Various styles. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 993. 

129x87. 245432. 

772. Chi-tseng Meng-ying ta-shih shih pei-wen 

(Poems of Praise to MENG-YING.) T'AO KU and others. Cheng: 
CHENG-MENG. AN WEN-CHI, engr. Hsi-an. 998. 

214 X 95. 245429. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 126/1-7. 

773. [P'ien-p'ang chuan-shu mu-lu] 

(List of radicals as given in the Shuo-wen together with introduc- 
tion.) Chuan, cheng: MENG-YING. AN WEN-TS'AN, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 999. Letter of appreciation by KUO CHUNG- 
SHU copied by MENG-YING. 

199 X 94. 245454. lUus. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 12/10-11 (c). Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 87/la-9b (t,c). 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 198 

774. Teng T'ai-shan hsieh-t'ien shu-shu erh-sheng kung-te chih 
ming 

(Record of Emperor CHEN-TSUNG's pilgrimage to T'ai Mt. to 
make an honorific sacrifice to Heaven and to eulogize the merits of 
Emperor T'AI-TSU and Emperor T'AI-TSUNG.) Emperor CHEN- 
TSUNG. Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 1008. Stone No. 1 of 5. 

284 X 94. 244685. 

Juan Yiian (1), 15/19a-22a (t.c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 127/1-7 (t,c). 

775. Yung'hsing chiin hsin-hsiu hsuan-sheng wen-hsuan wang miao to- 
men chi 

(Reconstruction of main gate, Confucius Temple, Hsi-an, the old 
residence of the Imperial Academy.) SUN CHIN, Cheng: JAN 
TSUNG-MIN. AN WEN-CHI, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1009. 

173 X 84. 245436. 

Wang Ch 'ang (1), 127/52-56 (t.c) 

776. Po-jo hsin-ching hsii 

(Introduction to Prajftaparamita-hrdaya-sutra.) Cheng: SHENG- 

YEN. AN TS'AN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1009. 

64 X 47. 245440. 

Lu Yao-yii (1), 14/6a-b. 

777. / hsien-ying chi 

(Record of removal of LI family tombs.) LI CHI-CH'ING. Chuan: LI 
YANG-PING. LI KUANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1010. 
Re-cut. Original tablet dated 767. Badly deteriorated. 

158x74. 245148. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 94/21-26 (t,c). 

778. Sha-men Ching-chi shu chi pei 



194 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



->n*f&*fSJf 



(Gathas.) Hsing: CHING-CHI. AN WEN-SHENG, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1010. Tablet erected by I-YUAN. 

157x74. 245430. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 127/57-58 (c). 

779. [Ting Yu chi] 

(Personal inscription.) TING YU. Cheng. Cliff site. Lo-yang, Lung- 
men. 1026. 

18x14. 245403. 

Chavannes (3), 470, est. 371, fig. 638; pi. DLXIX, no. 1595. 

780a. Ch'uan-shen-hsing wen 

(Remonstration re: careful observation of criminal law and the ap- 
pUcation of punishment.) CH'AO CHIUNG. Cheng: (LU CHING). 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1028). 

154 X 83. 245447. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 131/16-21. 

780b. Shen-hsing-chen 

(Warning re: observation of criminal law and application of punish- 
ment.) CH'AO CHIUNG. Cheng: LU CHING. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1028. 

154x74. 245448. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 131/21-25 (t,c). 

781. [K'ung Hsii tsu-miao chu-wen] 

(Invocation text by K'UNG HSU to his ancestor, Confucius at Con- 
fucius Temple.) CHANG TSUNG-I. Cheng: K'UNG YEN-FU. 
SHEN SHENG, engr. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Confucius Temple. 1030. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 196 

73x75. 244653. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 89/7a-8b. 

782. [K'ung Tao-fu] tsu-miao chi-wen \pei] 

(Offering to Confucius by K'UNG TAO-FU, a 45th lineal descendant 
of Confucius.) K'UNG TAO-FU. Cheng: CHANG TSUNG-I. SHEN 
SHENG, engr. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 1035. 

63x103. 244652. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 89/22b-25a. 

783. Chung-shu cha-tzu 

^+ $ ^j 4^ 

(Imperial instruction delivered to the Governor of Hsi-an concern- 
ing educational functions of officials.) Cheng. AN LIANG, engr. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1035. 

155x68. 245431. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 132/21-22 (t,c). 

784. {Yung-hsing chiin tieh] 

(Imperial edict to FAN YUNG, Governor of Hsi-an, re: establish- 
ment of a prefectural college, etc.) Cheng: WEI-WU. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1035. 

230 X 106. 245433. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 6/19b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 132/16-21 (t,c). 

785. Yiin-chou hsin-hsiieh chi 

(Commemoration to Governor WANG TSENG who helped establish 
a new district school at Yun-chou.) CHANG PI. Cheng: HAN 
CHEN. Shantung, Timg-p 'ing chou, Confucius Temple. 1038. 

33 X 45 (head), 192 x 101 (text). 244682. 

Juan Yuan (1), 16/4a-7a (t,c). Sun Hsing-yen (1), 6/20b. 



196 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^ 

786. [Kai-tz'u Chung-nan shan kung kuan ming o-tieh] 

(Imperial approbation dated 988 re: request by CHANG SHOU- 
CHEN, a Taoist priest, to change name of Chung-nan Monastery to 
Shun-t'ien hsing-kuo kuan.) Cheng: WANG CH'UAN-CHU. 
LIANG CHIH, engr. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 1049. 

35 X 63. 245088. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 133/44-46 (t,c). 

787. [Huang-yu erh nien ch'un shih-tien t'i] 

(Names of officials who attended Spring sacrifices at Confucius 
Temple, Hsi-an.) Li: HSU TAO-NING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1050. 

185x41. 245443. 

788. [Ching-chao fu hsiao-hsileh kuei] 

(Primary school regulations for students at Confucius Temple, Hsi- 
an.) Cheng: P'EI CHEN. FAN CHUNG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1054. 

133 X 86. 245435. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 134/23-27 (t,c). 

789. Lung-ma fu t'u ch'u 

(Horizontal inscription of five large seal characters.) Chuanr PAO 
CH'ENG, Prefect of K'ai-feng fu. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1057. 

52 X 108. 245075. 

790. [Seng Yen-hsiu shu] 

(Calligraphy.) Ts'ao: YEN-HSIU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1058. 
Colophon by LI P'l-HSU in cheng. 

Two sheets: 68 x 53. 245455a-b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 197 

Chu Feng (1), 10/llb-12a. Nishikawa (1), 112-113. 

791. Su Shih teng yu Chung-nan shan t'i-tzu 

(Personal inscription by SU SHIH and others of various periods re: 
visit to Chung-nan Mountain.) Cheng: SU SHIH et al. Shensi, Chou- 
chih hsien. (1064). Presumably reverse of 668 dated 742, but may be 
a re-cut made in Yiian. 

190 X 93. 245095. 

792. Chou-chin fang chi 

(Record of building of Chou-chin fang.) OU-YANG HSIU. Cheng: 
TS'AI HSIANG. CHIEN I, engr. Honan, An-yang hsien. 1065. An 
example of Po-na-pei, "monk's patches" (selected characters from 
different writings). 

209x110. 244759. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 136/1-5 (t,c). 

793. Wei-chou Ch'ang-lo Hsin-chan ch'ung i hsiu P'ing-wang miao 
chi 

M w S tt %]l± k% f'f + X ^ iL 

(Record of removal and reconstruction of P'ing-wang Temple.) YAO 
TI. Cheng. LI YUEH and CH'EN CHAN, engrs. Shantung, Wei- 
chou, Ch'ang-lo. 1068. Flower design on border. 

16 X 33 (head), 109 x 57 (text). 244757. 

Tuan-fang (1), 39/15a-21b (t,c). 

794. Shan-kan ch'an-yiian hsin-ching chi 

(Record of a new fresh water well at Shan-kan, a Buddhist 
monastery.) HOU K'O. Chuan: LI YUAN-CHIH, Cheng: HUI- 
KUAN. WU TE-CH'ENG, engr. Hsi-an. 1074. 

135x60. 245438. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 137/20-22 (t,c). 



198 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

795. [Su Tzu-jung Li Tuan-ch'en teng t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of group of scholars led by SU TZU-JUNG on 
a trip to Ling-yin Temple.) Cheng. Hangchow, Ling-yin Szu. 1077. 

45 X 40. 244927. 

796. [Han Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih t'i-tzu] 

(Personal inscription from shrine at Hsiao-t'ang mountain.) Cheng. 
Shantung, northwest of Fei-ch'eng hsien, Hsiao-t'ang shan. 1083. 
Only one part of the three inscriptions is identifiable. See 108-112. 

Three sheets: 74 x 11, 37 x 10, 62 x 10. 244594. 

Chavannes (1), pi. XXIH, no. 44. Chavannes (2), 73-74. 

797. [Hsieh Shao-p'eng shu Wang kung-pu shih] 

(Poems occasioned by a visit to Lou-kuan.) WANG, high official of 
Board of Works. Cheng: HSIEH SHAO-P'ENG. Shensi, Chou-chih 
hsien. 1086. Personal inscriptions by SHIH I-WU and HSU TUAN- 
CH'ING dated 1104. 

44x61. 245108. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 139/11-12 (t,c). 

798. {T'i Lou-kuan nan-lou] 

(Poem dated 1081 occasioned by a visit to Lou-kuan in Chung-nan 
Mountain.) Cheng: HSIEH SHAO-P'ENG. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 
1086. See 797. 

28x38. 245091. lUus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 139/2 (t). 

799. Liu t'i Lou-kuan 

(Poem re: visit to Chung-nan Mountain.) HSIEH CHOU. Cheng: 
HSIEH SHAO-P'ENG. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 1086. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 199 

28x46.245100. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 139/1-2. 

800. T'ang Huai-su Sheng-mu t'ieh 

(Text of Sheng-mu.) Ts'ao: HUAI-SU. Hsi-an. 1088. From hand- 
written text dated 793. 

64x128. 245140. Fa-t'ieh. Illus. 

Chang T 'ing-chi (1), 143-144 (t,c). Chao Hsien (1), 4/13b (c). Ecke (1), 
17. Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 105/24b-28a (t,c). Pi Yiian (1), 4/12 (c). Wang 
Chih-i (1), 43 (c). 

801. Ching-chao fu fu-hsueh hsin-i shih-ching chi 

(Removal of stone classics to Confucius Temple; brief history.) LI 
CH'IH. Chuan, cheng: AN I-CHIH. AN MIN, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1090. 

126x63.245445. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 139/19-22. 

802. Yiin-chou chou-hsueh hsin-t'ien chi 

(Record of new farm land acquired by school district of Yiin-chou.) 
YIN CH'IEN. Li: LI K'ANG. Shantung, Tung-p'ing hsien. 1090. 
Obverse of 803. 

33 X 24 (head), 143 x 69 (text). 244702/1 (d. 244702/2). 

Juan Yuan (1), 17/12a-14a (t). Wang Ch'ang (1), 139/16-19 (t,c). 

803. [Yiin-chou chou-hsiieh hsin-t'ien chi pei-yin] 

(Names of donors and amounts donated to Yiin-chou school.) Li. 
Shantung, Tung-p'ing hsien. (1090). Reverse of 802. 

120x92. 244703/1 (d. 244703/2). 

804. [Sung Su Shih lin Cheng-tso wei t 'ieh] 



200 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



$iiii£?c^ J.te+' 



(Copy of the Cheng-tso-wei t 'ieh.) YEN CHEN-CH 'ING. Ts 'ao: SU 
SHIH. Peking. (1091). Colophon of appreciation by TZU-CHAN 
(courtesy name of SU SHIH), dated 1091. 

30 sheets: 36 x 90. 244489a-d. Fa-t 'ieh. Illus. 

805. Hou Han Kuei-chi Shang-yil hsiao-nii Ts'ao O pei 

(Eulogy to TS'AO O, a filial daughter.) HAN-TAN CH'UN. Hsing. 
TS'AI PIEN. Chekiang, Shao-hsing hsien. 1093. Replacement of 
original Han stone of 151. Copy by TS'AI PIEN from a rubbing of 
the T'ang stone in the calligraphy of LI YUNG. See 999 and 1842. 

153 X 99. 244947. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 107/1 lb-12a (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 140/21-27 
(t,c). 

806. T'ang Huai-su fa-t'ieh 

(Ts'ang-chen t'ieh and Lii-kung t'ieh.) Ts'ao: HUAI-SU. AN 
I-CHIH, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1093. Re-cut from copies 
of T'ang stone. Colophon by YU SHIH-HSIUNG. Notes of ap- 
preciation by Sung connoisseurs. 

131 X 47. 245139. Fa-t'ieh. Illus. 

Chao Hsien (1), 4/13a (c). Nishikawa (1), 97-98. Ou-yang Hsiu (1), 
7/16 (c). 

807. {Yu Shih-hsiung mu-chih ming] 

(Epitaph of YU SHIH-HSIUNG.) CHANG SHUN-MIN. Cheng: 
SHAG CH'IH. AN MIN, et al., engrs. Hsi-an. 1097. 

113x110. 245456. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 141/23-37 (t,c). 

808. Chen-ts'ao Ch'ien-tzu-wen 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 201 

("Essay of a Thousand Characters.") Ts'ao, cheng: CHIH-YUNG. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1109. Colophon of HSIEH SZU- 
CH ANG. 

Two sheets from eight slabs: 21 x 80. 245197. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 40/34-36. 

809. [Sung ku shang-ch'i-tu-wei Kuo kung mu-chih ming\ 

(Epitaph of General KUO CHING-HSIU, Sung.) WANG YUN- 
CHUNG. Cheng: CHAD LING-KAO. Shantung, Hsu-ch'eng hsien. 
1110. 

131 X 127. 244683. 

Lo Chen-yii (1), 35. 

810. [Cheng-ho nien t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription.) Hsing. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. (Cheng-ho 
reign period, 1111-1118). Part of stone missing. 

31 X 48. 244937. 

811. [Hsien-sheng tz'u Hsia Ch'i t'i-ming] 

(Record of a visit by HSIA CH'I to the Confucius Temple.) Hsing. 
Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 1116. 

50x47. 244266. 

812. [Ch'ang-li wu-chen] 

(Five admonitions.) HAN YU. Chuan: LI CHI in 1063. YAO YEN, 
engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1124. Erected by the son of LI CHI. 

85 X 47. 245439. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 135/17-20 (t,c). 

813. Han t'ai-shih miao t'u 



tX± 






202 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Illustrated plan of the SZU-MA CH'IEN Shrine restored in 1126 
and again in 1179.) Chuan, cheng. (1126/1179). 

117x26. 245573. Illus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 147/35-37, and 155/16-18. 



NAN SUNG 

814. Sung Yu Szu ts'ang Lan-t'ing wu-shih-erh pen 

(Fifty-second rubbing of 100 re-cut stone rubbings of the Lan-t 'ing 
inscription from the collection of YU SZU, Sung d5niasty.) Cheng: 
WANG HSI-CHIH. CHAO PU-LIU, engr. Chekiang, Kuei-ch'i. 
Ca.1140-1165. 

Album with 15 faces: 25 x 14. 233914. Fa-t'ieh. Sung rubbing made 
Ca. 1140-1278. LI TSUNG-T'UNG, last collector. Inscriptions, 
signatures and seals of Prince CH'ENG, YU SZU, WENG FANG- 
KANG, and other collectors. Accompanying notes in Chinese and 
Enghsh by LI TSUNG-T'UNG and M. K. STARR are attached to 
file card. Illus. 

Shoseki meihin sokan, vol. 22. 

815. T'ien-hsia ti-i fu ti 



7tT^-4^gife 



(Six large characters meaning "Number one lucky spot under 
Heaven," a eulogy to Lou-kuan.) Cheng: WU CHU. Shensi, Chou- 
chih hsien. Ca. 1163-1200. 

191x113. 245097. Illus. 

816. Sung chin-shih Sung Ta-fu mu-ming 

(Epitaph of SUNG TA-FU, a chin-shih under Sung.) SUNG YUN. 
Cheng: SUNG AN-FU. Szechwan, Chengtu, Hua-yang hsien. 1169. 

97 X 65. 233766. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

817. Kao-li kuo kung-pu shang-shu Hsien hung mu-piao 

203 



204 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of HSIEN YU, President of the Board of Works, Korea, 
who died in 1186.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1186). 

40x59. 245482. 

818. [Yiieh-lu shu-yiian shih-pi Kou-lou Yu pei ming-wen] 

#L M * Pt ^ ^ J'^ ^t li^ ?f P. H 

(Efforts of legendary Emperor YU to control the waters of China.) 
HO CHIH. A variety of chuan: HO CHIH. HO HSING et al., engrs. 
Hunan, Ch'ang-sha, Ytieh-lu shu-yiian. 1212. Copies: 19, 1000, 1450. 

Two sheets: 174x93, 175x24. 245619a-b. From R. A. STOUGH 
coU. 

Ch'enYun-jung(l), 8/1-4. 

819. Entry deleted. 



CH'I 
(Fu-ch'ang reign) 

820. Hua-i t'u 

(Map of China showing the extent of her empire and neighboring 
barbarian tribes.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1137. Designed 
after Hai-nei hua-i t'u with modifications of Sung place names. 

74x76. 245522 (d. 116472). lUus. 

Aoyama (1). Chavannes (6). Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 17/20. Pi Yuan (1), 
7/13b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 159/39-41. Whitfield (1), 42. 

821. Yu chi t'u 

i^ i^ 141 

(Map of China representing general Sung period and places visited 
by Emperor YU.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1137. 

79x78. 245523 (d. 116473). 

Aoyama (1). Chavannes (6). Dai hyakka jiten, 17/map 6 (r,c). Pi Yiian 
(1), 7/lla-13b. Wang Ch'ang (1), 159/36-39 (c). Whitfield (1), 41. 



CHIN 

822. Ch'uan-chieh ta-shih i-hsing chih pei 

(Epitaph of a Buddhist monk of Hui-chii Temple whose family name 
was SUN.) HAN FANG. Chuan, cheng: KAO HSING. Peking. 1152. 

42 X 62 (head), 121 x 259 (text). 244192a-b. 

823. Ching-chao fu ch'ung-hsiu fu-hsiieh chi 

(Reconstruction of Fu-hsiieh at Confucius Temple, Hsi-an.) LI LI. 
Cheng: P'AN SHIH-HSIUNG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1157. 

157x69.245441. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 154/14-19 (t,c). 

824. Ch'ung-hsiu pei-yilan ch'i-hsien fang chi 

(Restoration of the Shrine of Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove.) 
TS'AO I. Chuan, cheng: HSU I and KUO HSIAO-CHUNG. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1159. 

58x41. 245259. 

Li Kuang-ying (1), 15/9 (c). 

825. [Lien-feng chen-i t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription.) CH'IAO I. Cheng: CH'IAO I. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1164. 

126x26. 245479. 

206 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 207 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 124/1 lb-12a (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 156/21-24. 
826a. Ch'ien-chou Szu-cheng fang chi 

(Record of a new hall built in the governor's office at Ch'ien-chou.) 
CHENG YEN-WEN. Chuan: TS'UI LIANG-PL Cheng: Cheng Yen- 
wen. Shensi, Ch'ien-chou. 1172. 

185x85.244891. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 155/1-4. 

826b. San-ch'ing kuan t'ieh-p'en chi 

(Inscription to San-ch'ing kuan, a Toaist monastery, presented by 
CHAD SHIH-T'UNG, a priest.) Bronze bowl. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1177. 

Six sheets: 23 x 30. 244796/1 (d. 244796/2). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 255/13. 

827. [Pei-ts'e t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of appreciation.) HSI-YUN LAO-JEN and 
TSUNG-CHIEH, his son. Li, hsing. Shensi. 1182. From side of 
tablet. Obverse, not in collection, title unknown. 

48x15. 245423. 

828. Lien-feng chen-i [shih k 'o] 

(Poems.) CH'IAO I. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1188. Colophon in hsing by 
SHEN T'lEN-LU. 

32x62. 245518. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 156/21-24. 

829. [Ching-chao fu t'i hsiieh so t'ieh pei\ 

(List of Hsi-an prefectural school properties.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Con- 



208 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

fucius Temple. 1194. 

205 X 97. 245312. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 126/la-40b. 

830. [T'ung-ching hua-wen] 

(Four galloping horses; inscription in outer zone indicating date and 
maker.) Bronze mirror. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1197. 

10x10. 117243/1. 

831. Chin t'a Shu hsien-chu miao pei 

(Memorial re: restoration of the temple of LIU PEI, Emperor of Shu 
State, Three Kingdoms.) WANG T'ING-YUN. Cheng: WANG 
T'ING-YUN. Hopeh, Cho-hsien, Cho-chou. 1199. Tablet erected by 
LIU TA-YU et al. 

Book: 27 x 14. 245604. Photo-reproduction. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 127/la-4a (t,c). 

832. Ti-chiu-tai Liao kung ch'an-shih t'a-ming 

(Eulogy to Master LIAO, a ninth-generation teacher of the Ch'an 
Buddhist sect.) TE-SHUN. Stupa tomb tablet. Cheng. YANG 
WEN-CHANG, engr. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 
1204. 

Three sheets: 135 x 34. 244214a-c. 

833. [Liax) kung ch'an-shih hua-hsiang shih] 

(Portrait of the Hon. LIAO, a Ch'an monk.) Western Hills, T'an-che 
shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. (1204). 

118x40.244216. 

834. Ku Liao kung ch'ang-shou t'a 

4-1- 1 ^ ^ Jl ^ 4X 
5>C i^ -c^ -^ J-^ 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 209 

(Headstone of the tombstone of the Hon. LI AO.) Stupa tomb tablet. 
Chuan: LU CHING-AN. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yun 
szu. (1204). 

125x38. 244217. 

835. Ching-chao fu-hsiieh chiao-shou t'i-ming chi 

(Names of successive teachers in the Hsi-an Prefectural School.) 
SUN T'UNG-HSIANG. Chuan, Cheng: WANG SHIH-YING. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1206. 

125 X 68. 245274. 

836. Ta Chin ch'ung-hsiu fu-hsiieh chiao-yang chih pei 

(Restoration of Confucius Prefectural school.) LIU WEI. Cheng: 
YANG HUAN. FAN SHIH-HENG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 1226. 

148x78. 245511. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 158/35-39 (r,c). 

837. [Ta Chin ch'ung-hsiu fu-hsiieh chiao-yang pei hua-wen] 

(Decorative borders from 836.) Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1226. 
Two sheets: 23 x 147. 245520a-b. 



YUAN 

838. [Yin-wen] 

(Large six character military seal in 'Phags-pa script.) Bronze. Hsi- 
an. (Yiian). Object in FMNH shows seal was cast in two halves. 

6x6. 117069/1. 

839. [Yin-wen] 

(Square seal with following characters: :^ "^ f^ ^ ^ tp indicating 
seal of FA-PAO FO SHENG.) Bronze. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. (Yuan). Ob- 
ject in FMNH. 

6x6. 117070 A/1. 

840. [Yin-wen] 

(Round seal with one character: T^ , CHU, a surname.) Bronze. Li. 
Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

4x4. 117071. 

841. [Yin-wen] 

(Two character seal containing the name of CHIN YU ^-i- .) 
Bronze. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

3x2. 117086/1. 

842. [Yin-wen] 

210 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 211 

(Private seal of two characters: ^J^ CHIN YUNG.) Bronze. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

2x2. 117085/1. 

843. [Chiang-yin chou-p'an kuan Yii-lin T'ieh-mu-erh t'i-ming] 

£x fA '^i ^ J T T #+^ ^.9^M^ 

(Personal inscription of YU-LIN T'IEH-MU-ERH, a Mongolian 
judge of Chiang-yin District, re: a re-visit to Ling-yin Temple.) 
Cheng. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. (Yiian). 

49 X 19. 244928. 

844. Shang-shan ch'ih 

(Three character caption for Shang-shan Pond in Lou-kuan com- 
memorating a visit.) Li: CHAO MENG-FU. Shensi, Chou-chih 
hsien. Tablet erected by TUNG TAO-HUNG. 

149 X 80. 245098. lUus. 

845. Ta-ch'eng chih-sheng hsiang shih-k'o 

(Portraits of CONFUCIUS and YEN HUI, with eulogy to CON- 
FUCIUS by Emperor CH'ENG-TSUNG. Yuan.) Cheng. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Confucius Temple. 

105 X 60. 244898. 

Hung Kua (1), l/13b-14b (t,c). Ou-yang Hsiu (1), 3/20 (c). P'an Shih- 
t'ung (1), 41/20-21 (t); 39/68-70; 41/39-40. 

846. Liu ch'u-shih mu-chieh ming 

(Epitaph of Mr. LIU, a retired scholar who died in 1239.) YANG 
YING. Li: CHANG HUI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1249. Tablet 
erected by KAO KUEI. 

120x62. 245517. 

Chu I-tsun (1), 6/9. Pi Yuan (1), 8/lb (c). 



212 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

847. Lung-yang kuan yii-chen ch'ing-miao chen-jen pen-hsing chi 

(Epitaph of CHIEN-SHOU, a Taoist holy woman who died in 1261.) 
LI CHIN. Cheng: LI HUI. Hsi-an. (1261). 

54x85. 245514. 

848. Ch'ung-li wen-miao chu-pei chi 

(Imperial decree re: protection of property of the Confucius Temple, 
Hsi-an and restoration of inscription tablets.) MENG WEN- 
CH'ANG. Cheng: LO T'lEN-HSIANG. WANG JEN, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1277. Seal in Mongolian. Tablet erected by HSU 
TING, et al. 

125x61.245516. 

Wu Shu-shan (1), 27. Yuan/9-10. 

849. (Headstone from tomb of MUHAMMAD B. M.B. AHMAD 
AL-BURMANI AL-KARAWI.) Arabic. Peking, Li-pai szu. 1280. 

65 X 44. 244349/1 (d. 244349/2). 

850. (Headstone from tomb of KADI IMAM AD-DIN 
BUHARI.) Arabic. Peking, Li-pai szu. 1283 (682 by Islamic calen- 
dar). 

45 X 38. 244348/1 (d. 244348/2). 

851. Lou-kuan ta-tsung sheng-kung ch'ung-hsiu shuo-ching t'ai 

(Restoration of platform at Lou-kuan.) LI TAO-CH'IEN. Cheng: LI 
CHUNG-TSUNG. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 1284. 

Two sheets: 168 x 79 (a), 245096a-b. 

Pi Yuan (1), 8/7a. Wang Ch'ang (2), 1/55 (t,c). 

852. [Ku-wen Tao-te-ching pei] 

4r X^ ;"^ ^^ 1^^ 7^?? 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 218 

(Tao-te-ching.) Chuan: KAO T'AO. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 1290. 
Colophon by LI TAO-CH'IEN in li style. 

Four sheets: each 220 vertical x 104 (a), 107 (b), 103 (c), 73 (d). 
245105a-d. 

Pi Yuan (1), 8/7b (c). 

853. Ta T'ang ku Tsung-sheng kuan chu Yin-ch 'ing kuang-lu ta-fu 
t 'ien-shui Yin tsun-shih pei ping hsii 

(Eulogy to YIN WEN-TS'AO, a T'ang Taoist master.) YUAN 
PAN-CH'IEN. Li. Shensi, Chou-chih hsien, Lou-kuan. 1297. Col- 
ophon by NIEH CHIH-CHEN dated 1247 giving this as a re-cut 
from original 717 stone. 

262x110. 245092. 

854. Hsiian-miao kuan ch'ung-hsiu san-men chi 

(Brief history of restoration of the three gates of Hsiian-miao 
Monastery.) CHAO MENG-FU. Chuan, hsing: CHAO MENG-FU. 
CHOU SHIH, engr. Kiangsu, Hsiian-miao kuan. (1297). Footnote by 
CHOU SHIH dated 1297 identifying the handwriting. 

50x129. 244459a-b. lUus. 

Shodo zenshu, 17/153-154. 

855. [Po-jo po-lo-mi-to hsin-ching Ta-mo hua-hsiang] 

M^ i£,a^ -^ 'l^^i-lit if- $ ji 

(Picture of Bodhidharma and Prajftaparamita-hrdaya-siitra.) CHAO 
MENG-FU, art. Cheng: CHAO MENG-FU. Chekiang, Wu-hsing. 
1299. 

78 X 23. 245208. lUus. 

856. [Ling-yin ch'an-szu chu-ch'ih seng Cheng-chuan wei huang-ti 
ch'i-fu pei] 

(Votive dedicated by CHENG-CHUAN, Abbot of Ling-yin Temple.) 



214 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

CHENG-CHUAN. Cheng: Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1310. 
62 X 83. 244932. 

857. Chax) Sung-hsueh Chin-kang ching hsiao k'ai t'ieh 

(Text of Vajracchedikaprajnaparamita-sutra.) Cheng: CHAO 
MENG-FU. T'ANG D-I, engr. N.p. 1311. 

Book: 20 X 14. 245616. PhotoHthographs from an early rubbing 
called Ching-i t'ang chen-pen. 

858. Sheng chu pen-ming ch'ang-sheng chu-yen pei 

^ i 4^ # ^ i^T"^5t 

(Prayer by a Buddhist monk at Lung-hsing Temple for prolongation 
of the Emperor's life.) WANG SZU-LIEN. Chuan, cheng: CHAO 
MENG-FU. Hopei, Cheng-ting hsien. 1317. Tablet erected by 
CH'UNG-CH'ENetal. 

28 X 40 (head), 104 x 70 (text). 244458. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 19/12-13 (c). Shen T'ao (1), 19/14b-16b (t,c). 

859. Ta chen-jen Chang Liu-sun pei 

(Eulogy to CHANG LIU-SUN by imperial order.) CHAO MENG- 
FU. Cheng: CHAO MENG-FU. MAO SHAO-CHIH, engr. Peking, 
Tung-yiieh miao. 1329. 

350x141. 244335/la-b (d. 244335/2a-b, 244335/3a-b, 244335/4a-b, 
244335/5a-b). 

Sun Ch'eng-tse (1), 7/18 (c). 

860. [Inc.:] Monk 'a deip-i[. . .] [Term.:] jarliq manu jijing 
nok'[. . .] (Inscription re: tax exemption.) Mongolian in 'Phags-pa 
script. N. d ., but as RfiN-C 'IN-DPAL QAN i.e., RIN-CHEN DPAL, 
i.e., NING-TSUNG, is mentioned in line 15 as the last in the list of 
khans, it is to be dated 1333. 

116x52. 233569. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 
Haenisch (4), Inschrift II. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 215 

861. (Inscription from mosque built by order of SARIF KASIM.) 
Arabic. Hsi-an. 1339. (740 by Islamic calendar.) Cloud design on 
headstone; Lotus motif on border of text. 

ScroU: 40x85 (head), 189x85 (text). 121154. Illus. 

862. Shan hsueh-t'ien chi 

(Record of arable land belonging to Confucius Prefectural School of 
Hsi-an, giving location, produce, and names of leasees.) CHI A JEN. 
Cheng: LEI TZU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1340. Tablet erected 
by WANG MING-TE, et al. 

Four sheets: 104x59 (a), 86x60 (b), 88x26 (c), 83x26 (d). 
245513a-d. 

Pi Yiian (1), 8/3b. 

863. Han Huai-yiian miao chih pei 

(Commemoration, Emperor YU's flood control.) Li: WU PING. HO 
TE-HUNG, engr. Honan, Chi-yiian hsien. 1344. Re-cut from rewrit- 
ten Han tablet erected by the governor of Nan-yang in 163. 

Album: 16 sheets from 16 stones; each 32x 35. 245129. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 1/15 (c). Hung Kua (1), 2/2-14 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang 
(1), 10/19-24 (t,c). 

864. Shuai-cheng t 'ang [shih k 'o] 

(Poems.) T'0-T'O-MU-ERH SUNG-HSIEN, a Mongolian. Hsing: 
T'0-T'O-MU-ERH SUNG-HSIEN. HO HSIN, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1357. 

49x83. 245515. 

Sun Hsing-yen (1), 12/5ob. Wu Shu-shan (1), 26. Yuan/14-15. 

865. Ta Yiian ch'ung-hsiu hsiian-sheng miao chi 
(Restoration of Confucius Temple at Hsi-an.) TUNG LI. Li: 



216 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

CHANG CH'UNG. HO WEI, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1366. 
146x85. 245512/a. 
Pi Yiian (1), 8/18b-19a. 

866. [Ta Yiian ch'ung-hsiu hsiian-sheng miao chi pei-yin\ 

(Names of donors.) Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1366. Reverse of 
865. 

105x86. 245512/b. 



MING 

867. [Liu Meng-yu tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by LIU MENG-YU 
and wife nee P'ANG.) Bronze. Cheng. Hsi-an. Object in FMNH. 

8x 14. 121812/1 (d. 121812/2, 121812/3). 

868. [Wei Ch'in tsax) fo-hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by WEI CH'IN of 
Tung-kuan Village.) Cheng. Hsi-an. Ming/Ch'ing. Reverse. Object in 
FMNH. 

16x20. 121689/1 (d. 121689/2). 

869. Ni-tsao fo-hsiang 

(Kuan-yin figure.) Red clay. Cheng. Hsi-an. Reverse reads: "Made 
for CH'ANG T'lNG-JUI, official of Ch'in-fu." Object in FMNH. 

5x 12. 119842/1 (d. 119842/2, 119842/3). 

870. [Ming t'i ta-mo hsiang] 

(Tribute to Bodhidharma.) Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
79 X 35. 245484. 

871. [Huai-jen chi Yu-chiin shu sheng-chiao hsU] 

217 



218 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Preface to Buddhist classics.) Emperor T'AI-TSUNG. Hsing: 
WANG HSI-CHIH, as assembled by HUAI-JEN. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. Re-cut copy by FEI CHIA-CHU. 

Album: 26 x 23. 245103. See 624. 

872. Po-jo-po-lo-mi-to hsin-ching 

(Prajnaparamita-hrdaya-siitra.) Cheng. Chekiang, P'u-t'o shan, P'u- 
chi szu. Ming/Ch'ing. 

146x194. 244132. 

873. Ta-chiieh szu chi-hsiang p'u-t'ung pao t'a 

(Inscription at Ta-chiieh Temple reading: "Pagoda for good luck and 
universality.") Cheng. West of Peking, Ta-chiieh szu. Ming/Ch'ing. 

69x31. 244145. 

874. Ch'ung-hsiu Ling-kuan miao pei-chi 

(Restoration of Ling-kuan, a Taoist monastery.) Chuan, cheng. Pe- 
king. (Ming). Badly effaced. 

32 X 25 (head), 155 x 80 (text). 244454/la-b (d. 244454/2a-b. 

875. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-chen szu pei 

(Brief history of Ch'ing-chen szu, Hsi-an.) FENG TS'UNG-WU. 
Cheng: K'O HSI-KUO. Hsi-an. (See 1899.) 

Scroll: 209x70. 121156. 

876. [K'o li-pu cha-fu pei\ 

(Communication from Board of Rites approving nomination of MA 
WEI-LO as "Abbot" of mosque in Hsi-an). Cheng: MA WEI-YIN. 
P'U TA-CH'ING, engr. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 40x85 (head), 175x85 (text). 121161 (d. 244888). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 219 

877. Ku ch'a Ch'ing-chen szu chih t'u 

(Pictorial plan of the ancient mosque of Hsin-hsing fang of Hsi-an.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ming). Lotus, cloud motif on border. 

ScroU: 41 x 83 (head), 173 x 83 (text). 121163 (d. 244884). Illus. 

878. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-hsiu szu t'u 

fjo II i| R # IS 

(Pictorial plan of Ch'ing-hsiu Mosque.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1526. 

Scroll: 46x69 (head), 119x69 (plan). 121182 (d. 244883/1, 
244883/2). Illus. 

879. Yil Shan-hsi kuan-shih chu-sheng hsi 

(Official summons to public school teachers and students of Shensi.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

Ten sheets: 24 x 84 (a-i), 24 x 35 (j). 245308a-j. 

880. [Tzu-sun yung-pao yung-ku] 

(Inscription from bottom of goblet.) Bronze hexagonal. Ku-wen. 
Hsi-an. (Ming). Badly effaced. Object in FMNH. 

8x8. 117672. 

881. [Chiao-shan hsien-sheng ming-yii chien-shih] 

(A famous saying by YANG CHI-SHENG, canonized CHUNG- 
MIN, accompanied by a eulogy to YANG.) LI TU, author of eulogy. 
Li: LAN YU-T'ANG. Hsi-an. (Ming). 

Scroll: 140x74. 116460. 

GUes (1), 897. 

882. Ming i-tsai Chii □ mu-chih ming 



220 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of a district official named CHU D who was in charge of 
courier stations.) Chuan, cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku hsien. Badly ef- 
faced text. 

147x62.244516. 

883. [Li Hsi Hsi-li-ch'iao p'u-ko sung] 

(Eulogy to LI HSI for constructing a pass over a cliff at Hsi-li- 
ch'iao.) Cliff Site. Li. Shensi, Liieh-yang hsien. 

154x117. 244793. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 14/22-29 (t,c). 

884. Ku-pai-hsing 

(Poem re: the old cedar tree.) TU FU. Hsing. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. (Ming). 

118 X 57. 244827/la-b (d. 244827/2a-b). 

885. Chii t'ieh 

(Poems re: chrysanthemums.) LU TE-YUAN and HUANG T'ING. 
Hsing, Cheng: LU TE-YUAN and HUANG T'ING. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 

25x135. 245229. 

886. Wang Hua-yiieh 

(Poem: "Looking at Hua Mountain.") CH'EN TE-CHENG. Cheng: 
CH'EN TE-CHENG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

54x54. 245231. 

887. Ch'ung-hsiu Pa ch'iao lo-ch'eng shih 

(Poems re: dedication of the restored Pa River Bridge.) LU 
CH'ANG, Ytr TZU-CHUN. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 221 

63x140. 245277. 

888. Pei Tung t'ieh 

(Poems re: a visit to Pei-lin and other places in Hsi-an.) KAO HAO. 
Hsing: KAO HAO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

32 X 76. 245288. 

889. Ch'in yiian ch'un tu-Wei 



(Poems re: crossing the Wei River.) Chuan, cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. (Ming). 

61 X 57. 245306. 

890. {Lin Lan-t'ing hsii pei\ 

(Calligraphy in style of WANG HSI-CHIH's Lan-t'ing hsu.) Hsing: 
YIN HUA-HSING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ming/Ch'ing. Stone 
erected by CHAO HSI-HSIEN. Colophon. 

160x74. 245322. 

891. Yung-hsing wang shu 

(Calligraphy.) Hsing: Prince of Yung-hsing. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 

Scroll: 29x54. 116457. 

892. [Yii Tang hsing-shu] 

(Calligraphy.) Hsing: YU TANG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
130x47. 245298. 

893. Sui han pei 



222 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Two-character calligraphy.) CH'IEN HAO. Hsing: CH'IEN HAO. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

34 X 62. 245487. 

894. Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o Yen Hui Min Sun hsiang 

(Portraits of YEN HUI and MIN SUN, and part of the Ch'ien-tzu- 
wen, "Essay of 1000 Characters.") Cheng and ts'ao. Szechwan, 
Chengtu, Confucius Temple. 

60 X 59 (inscription), 44 x 49 (drawing). 244894. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27 (t,c). 

895. {Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o Shen Ch'eng Jang-szu Ch'ih 
hsiang] 

(Portraits of SHEN CH'ENG and JANG-SZU CH'IH, and part of 
the Ch'ien-tzu-wen.) Cheng and ts'ao. Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius 
Temple. (Ming). 

45 X 62, 47 X 62. 244895. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27-29 (t,c). 

896. {Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o Yen Yen Tsai Yil hsiang] 

(Portraits of YEN YEN and TSAI YU, and part of the Ch'ien-tzu- 
wen.) Cheng. Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. (Ming). In- 
scription completely effaced. 

50 X 63 (drawing), 46 x 60 (inscription). 244896. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27-29 (t,c). 

897. {Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Ch 'i Tiao-kai Nan-kung Kua 
Kung-sun Lung hsiang] 

±^ :=^ ¥SP\ itimm ifiTM cusifi 

(Portraits of CH'I TIAO-KAI, NAN-KUNG KUA, and KUNG- 
SUN LUNG.) Cheng. Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. 

45x62. 244897. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 223 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27 (t.c). 

898. [Chih-sheng hsiang shih-k'o] 

(Portrait of CONFUCIUS from WU TAO-TZU painting.) Cheng. 
Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. Re-cut from 1107 stone. 

44 X 58. 244899. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/26. 

899. Hsia ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o K'ung Chung Kuei Sun 

hsiang ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^:^ P\^i:ti? mt 

(Portraits of K'UNG CHUNG and KUEI SUN, and continuation of 
text appearing in 898.) Cheng. Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Tem- 
ple. Re-cut. Colophons by SUN YING-AO dated 1563 and KUOCD. 
Statement by SHANG TSO-CHUN. 

136 X 60. 244902. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/26-28 (t,c). 

900. [Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o Jan Keng Jan Ch'iu hsiang] 

(Portraits of JAN KENG and JAN CH'IU, and part of Ch'ien-tzu- 
wen.) Cheng and ts'ao. Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. 
(Ming). 

42 X 59 (drawing), 49 x 61 (inscription). 244900. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27 (t,c). 

901. Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o K'ung-men ti-tzu hsiang 

(Confucius disciples.) Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. 
Effaced. 

83 X 62. 244903. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/26-28 (t,c). 

902. [Ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o Shih Chih-ch'ang Kung-tsu Chii- 
tzu hsiang] 



224 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Portraits of SHIH CHIH-CH'ANG and KUNG-TSU.) Cheng. 
Szechwan, Chengtu, Confucius Temple. ♦ 

87 X 63. 244904. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41/27 (t,c). 

903. [Kuan-yin hsiang] 

(Kuan-yin holding a willow branch.) CHU I-LIN, art. Cheng. 
CHANG WEN, engr. Hsi-an. (Ming). 

Scroll: 29x28. 116409. 

904. [Kuan-yin hsiang] 

(Kuan-yin on open lotus; sutra.) CHU I-LIN, art. Cheng. CHANG 
HSIANG, engr. Hsi-an. (Ming). 

Scroll: 94x28. 116413. 



905, Chun-t'i p'u-sa 

(Candr figure and siitra translated from Sanskrit explaining prayer 
procedure.) Cheng: HOU YU-HSIU. PU TUNG, engr. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 45x94. 116412. lUus. 

906. Chuan-tzu san-hsing t'u 

(Pictorial eulogy to three stars representing happiness, emolument 
and long life.) LI FENG-CH'UN, art. Chuan, cheng: LI FENG- 
CH'UN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple, (keng-wu year). 

100x60. 116415 (d. 244858). lUus. 



907. San-hsing t'u-hsiang 

■^ i l^ 1 K 
(Portraits of three stars representing happiness, emolument, and 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 225 

long life.) CHAO HSI-HSIEN, art. Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ming). 
ScroU: 105x73. 116423 (d. 244820). 

908. [Chang Hsien sung-tzu\ 

(Chang hsien on horseback bestowing children.) TENG LIN, art. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

ScroU: 96x44. 116441 (d. 244815). 

Werner (1), 34. 

909. [Han Kuan kung hsiang-tsan] 

[Kuan-yii figure and eulogy.) LI MENG-YANG. CHANG P'lNG- 
SHAN, art. Cheng: TSO KUO-CHI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

153 X 80. 244849. 

910. Ch'ing-lien ju-ch'ao 

(Fish and lotus painting.) LI FENG-CH'UN, art. Hsi-an. 
Scroll: 93 X 43. 116416. 

911. T'ai-yang hsing chiin 

(Seated sun spirit, gnarled tree, crane.) SUN CHIH-WEI, art. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ming). 

Scroll: 116x56. 116425. lUus. 

912. Han ch'un-ju hsiang 

(Portrait of TUNG CHUNG-SHU, a Han scholar; eulogy.) Li: 
CHAO HSI-HSIEN. CHAO SHU, engr. Hsi-an. (Ming). 

Scroll: 107x44. 116432 (d. 244825). 

913. [Wu-ming shih hua-t'ieh] 



226 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



M % a t % 



(Unidentified painting of family life showing garden scene with 
children playing games.) N.p. (Ming). 

67x148. 245598. 

914. Kuan-yin tsan 

(Kuan-yin figure and eulogy.) Chuan, Cheng: LI CHI and TU KO. 
Hsi-an, Wo-lung szu. 1381. 

43 X 24 (head), 135 x 73 (text). 245507/1 (d. 245507/2). 

915. Wo-lung ch'an-szu chih chi 

(Origin and history of Wo-lung Buddhist Monastery at Hsi-an, 
estabhshed in T'ang.) TSUNG-LO. Li: TSUNG-LO. LIANG JUNG, 
engr. Hsi-an, Wo-lung szu. 1382. Border motif of dragons and 
clouds. 

38 X 30 (head), 160 x 83 (text). 245506/1 (d. 245506/2). 

916. [Ch'ih fu-hsing chiin-hsien hsien-sheng miao szu pei\ 

(Eulogy to Confucius and praise re: restoration by imperial order of 
sacrificial offers to Confucius.) WANG LIEN. Li: WANG LIEN. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1382. Tablet erected by WANG TS'UNG- 
CHOU and CH'ENG YEN-CH'U. 

59x136.245253. 

917. Shih-chia ju-lai shuang-chi ling hsiang t'u 

(Sakyamuni's 'footprints' with various emblematic and auspiciotis 
designs, part of Hsiian-tsang's Record of Western Countries: "The 
handwriting of Sakyamuni.") Cheng, Hsi-an, Wo-lung szu. 1387. Re- 
cut from original tablet ordered by Emperor T'AI-TSUNG, T'ang. 
Donors' names. Border motif. 

207 X 76. 245505/1 (d. 245505/2). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 227 

918. [Hung-wu erh-shih-wu nien sheng-chih kuan-hsi Hui-hui pei 

"""' ■* ji ^ + i ^ t fe ma @ Q^t ^ 

(Imperial decree authorizing the building of two mosques, protec- 
tion to mosque properties, and freedom of movement for Moslems.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 1405. 

230x74. 245131 (d. 245547, 121152). lUus. 

Broomhall (1), 91 (r,t). 

919. Huang-ti ch'ih-yii chin-shih Wang Chih 

(Imperial order to WANG CHIH, a chin-shih.) Hsing. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1406. 

44 X 52. 245285. 

920. [Ching-piao Li hsiao-tzu Te-ch'eng pei\ 

i^^-^f ^ ^ 'i% AZi 

(Testimonial of merit conferred by the Emperor upon LI TE- 
CH'ENG, a fiUal son.) LIU SAN-WU. Cheng: CHOU CHIH, 
LIANG CH'IEN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1417. 

93 X 64. 245250. 

921. Yii-chih Ta-chiieh szu pei 

(Imperial inscription changing the name of Ling-ch'iian fo-szu to Ta- 
chiieh szu following a request of the Emperor's mother.) Emperor 
HStJAN-TSUNG. Chuan, cheng. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. 1428. 

40x31 (head), 183x93 (text). 244141. 

Hildebrand (1), 5-6. 

922. [Ming t'ung hsiang-lu ming-wen] 

(Inscription reading: "Made by the order of WU PANG-TSO, Super- 
visory Official of the Labor Department.") Bronze censer. Chuan. 



228 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Hsi-an. 1430. Arabic characters in relief on both sides of censer. Ob- 
ject in FMNH. 

5x6 (Chinese), 5 x 14 (Arabic). 117611/1. 

923. [Ta-chileh szu ta-chung chin-wen] 

(Buddhist texts from Ta-chiieh Temple.) Bronze bell. Ch. and San- 
skrit. Cheng: YEH-SHIH-LI. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. 1430. 

Eight sheets: vertical from 91-100 x horizontal from 90-100. 
244131a-h. 

Hildebrand (1), 6 (t). 

924. Miao-chi ch'an-shih t'a-ming 

(Epitaph of MIAO-CHI, a Tibetan Buddhist priest.) YUAN- 
CHING. Cheng. Peking. 1430. 

116x53. 244093. 

925. Kuang-shan hsi-t'ien fo tzu ta-kuo-shih t'a ming 

(Epitaph of CHIH-KUANG, a monk of Ta-chueh Temple who was 
canonized by Emperor Ying-tsung as KUANG-SHAN HSI-T'IEN 
FO-TZU TA-KUO SHIH.) YANG JUNG. Cheng: WU HSIA- 
CH 'ANG. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. 1436. 

184x93. 244134. 

926. Ku ch'an-shih Ti-wa-ta-szu t'a-ming 

(Epitaph of TI-WA-TA-SZU, a Buddhist master and native of India 
who died in 1438 and was buried at Lung-ch'iian Temple.) CH'ENG 
NAN-YUN. Chuan, cheng: CH'ENG NAN-YUN. Western Hills, 
T'an-che shan, Lung-ch'uan szu. (1438). 

148x71. 244220. 

927. Ch'ih-tz'u Wan-shou ch'an-szu pei-chi 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 229 

(Historical record of the founding of Wan-shou Temple, a name 
given by imperial order in 1440 following restoration of the temple 
by a eunuch official.) Author's name effaced. Cheng. Western Hills, 
Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1442. 

256x103. 244203. 

928. Ch'ung-hsiu Sheng-kuo ch'an-szu pei-chi 

(Memorial re: restoration of Sheng-kuo Temple.) LIAO-I HUI-AN. 
Chuan, cheng: T'lEN TZU-YU. N.W. of Peking, Sheng-kuo szu. 
1443. Cloud design on headstone. 

49x62 (head), 100x62 (text). 244187. 

929. Fo tsu ch'uan-fa chi 

(Gatha, and list of donors to the tablet.) Hsing. N.W. of Peking, 
Sheng-kuo szu. 1443. 

104x61.244190. 

930. Yii-chih hsin-chien t'ai-hsueh chih pei 

(Memorial re: restoration of the T'ai-hsiieh [Imperial Academy], and 
the importance of CONFUCIUS.) Emperor YING-TSUNG. Cheng. 
Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien, Confucius Temple. 1444. 

359x184. 244117. 

931. Ch'ih-yu 

(Reference to an imperial presentation of a copy of the Tripitaka to 
Ta-chiieh Temple.) Chuan, cheng. Western HiUs, Ta-chiieh szu. 1445. 
Border design of dragons. 

25 x 23 (head), 117 x 64 (text). 244139. 

Hildebrand (1), 7 (t). 



230 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

932. Yu-chih ch'ung-hsiu Ta-chiieh szu pei 

(Restoration of Ta-chiieh Temple through funds of the imperial 
family in compliance with the wish of the Emperor's grandmother.) 
Emperor YING-TSUNG. Chuan, cheng. Western Hills, Ta-chueh 
szu. 1446. 

40 X 190 (head), 34 x 93 (text). 244142a-b. 

Hildebrand (1), 6-7. 

933. Ch'ung-hsiu Ta-ch'eng tien chi 

(Record of the reconstruction of Ta-ch 'eng Hall in the Confucius 
Temple.) CH 'EN HSUAN. Cheng: CHAO FU. Shantung, Chi-ning- 
chou. 1448. 

203 X 73. 244755. 

934. Ch'ih-tz'u Sheng-kuo szu o 

(Imperial writing of the name of the temple, "Sheng-kuo szu" to be 
placed on the head tablet over the door of the temple.) Chuan, cheng. 
Emperor YING-TSUNG. N.W. of Peking, Sheng-kuo szu. 1449. 

31 X 25 (head), 121 x 66 (text). 244189. 

935. Ch'ih-tz'u Sheng-kuo szu o \pei-yin] 

(Pictorial plan of Sheng-kuo Temple with accompanying text giving 
detailed explanation of the land use around the temple.) Cheng. 
N.W. of Peking, Sheng-kuo szu. (1449). Reverse of 934. 

115x67. 244188. 

936. [YU-lan kuan-yin] 

w ^fc ^B ^ 

(Kuan-yin with fish in basket.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1451. 
ScroU: 52 x 27. 116452 (d. 244807). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 231 

937. Ch'ung-hsiu Li-pai szu chi 

(Restoration of mosque in Hsien-ning District, near Hsi-an.) LI 
CH'IEN. Chuan, cheng: KUO LI and CH'IN CHUN. WEID, engr. 
Shensi, Hsien-ning hsien. 1455. 

100 X 55. 245552. Illus. 

938. [Ch'ing-chen szu chu-yiian-jen ming-tan] 

(List of donors to a mosque.) Cheng. Shensi, Hsien-ning hsien. 
(1455). Possibly refers to 937. 

88 X 25. 245554. 

939. Mu-ai fang 

(Three horizontal characters meaning "Hall of good will for 
people.") Cheng: CHU HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1460. 

58x143. 245444. 

940. Ch'ih-tz'u P'u-chao szu chi 

(History of P'u-chao Temple, named by imperial order.) TAO- 
SHEN. Chuan, cheng: TAO-SHEN. N.W. of Peking, P'u-chao szu. 
1461. 

46 x 30 (head), 184 x 89 (text). 244185a-b. 

941. Ta-t'ung fa-wang pei-ming 

(Memorial to CHIH-KUANG, a monk of Ta-chiieh Temple, who died 
in 1436, and was canonized as TA-T'UNG FA-WANG by Emperor 
YING-TSUNG.) LI HSIEN. Cheng: LING YAO-TSUNG. YANG 
CH'UN, engr. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. 1461. 

215x86. 244133. 



942. Ta Ming i-t'ung chih t'u 



232 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



(Map of China and map of Chih-li from the Ta Ming i-t'ung chih.) 
Woodblock. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1461. 

Scroll: 38 X 77. 116476. 

943. Ho-nan Shan-hsi ti-li chih t'u 

(Maps of Honan and Shensi.) Woodblock. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1461. 
Scroll: 67x39. 116474. 

944. Yii-chih ta Ming i-t'ung chih hsii 

(Three-page text of Imperial preface to the Ta Ming i-t'ung chih, a 
comprehensive geography of Ming China.) Woodblock. Cheng. Hsi- 
an. 1461. 

Scroll: 98 X 39. 116475. 

945. [Cheng Hsin tsao shih-chia-mou-ni hsiang chi] 

(Inscription from Buddhist votive dedicated by CHENG HSIN and 
family.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1464. Object, Sakyamuni, in FMNH. 

16x18. 121705/1. 

946. [/nc] Om bde-legs su gyur cig 

(Report re: construction of a stupa for the remains of CHOS-DPAL 
BKRA-!§IS DPAL BZAN-PO, a son of TA'I GO 'I SRI DPAL- 
LDAN BKRA-lSiS DPAL BZAN-PO, and disciple of TSON-KHA- 
PA. Short hagiography of the deceased.) Tibetan. Peking, Wu-t 'a 
szu. Ca. 1465-1488. 

113x55. 244092. Transcription by B. LAUFER marked 2321 of 
lines 1-23 accompanies the file card. 

947. Mei-hua fang 

(Plum Blossom Hall.) Cheng: YU TZU-CHUN. Hsi-an, Confucius 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 238 

Temple. 1465. Copied from the Mei-hua t'ang inscription at Lo-yang, 
Sung period. 

171x72. 245291. 

948. Hsin-k'ai T'ung-chi ch'ii chi 

(Record of the opening of the T'ung-chi Canal.) HSIANG CHUNG. 
Cheng: CHANG YING, CH'IN WANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1465. 

141 X 76. 245296. 

949. [Hsi-an fu ch'eng T'ung-chi ch'ii chiin-min ho hsing shih-ipei] 

(Regulations concerning T'ung-chi Canal.) Cheng: LI TS'AN. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1465. 

149 X 74. 245304. 

950. Kuo kung chi-hsing shih 

(Poems re: a trip to west China.) KUO TENG. Hsing: YU TZU- 
CHUN. CH'IN WANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1465. 

65x159. 245299. 

951. Ch'ien-tzu-wen 

(Copy of Ch'ien-tzu-wen.) Ts'ao: HUAI-SU. CH'IN WANG, engr. 
Hsi-an. 1470. Note by YU TZU-CHUN. 

Three sheets: 66 x 144 (a), 62 x 144 (b), 60 x 146 (c). 245137a-c. 

Nishikawa (1), 99-102 (t,c). Sun Hsing-yen (1), 1/136. 

952. Ch'ih-chien Ma-an shan Wan-shou ta Chieh-t'an ti-i-tai k'ai- 
shan ta-t'an-chu seng lu szu tso chiang-ching Fu kung ta-shih hsing- 
shih pei 



234 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of LIU TAO-FU, a great teacher, priest, and Master of the 
Altar of Wan-shou Temple.) HU YING. Cheng: CH'ENG NAN- 
YUN and CHANG NING. WANG YUNG, engr. Western Hills, Ma- 
an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1473. 

31 X 24 (head), 128 x 94 (text). 244207a-b. 

953. Ch'an-tieh ta-ch'an-shih t'a ming 

(Stiipa epitaph of a Buddhist monk. Master CH'AN-TIEH, who died 
in 1472.) TAO-SHEN. Cheng: SUN T'lEN-CHI. Western Hills, Ta- 
chiieh szu. 1473. 

169 X 86. 244136. 

954. Wu-t'ai ching-chieh ch'an-shih t'a-ming 

(Stupa epitaph of PAN-TAN T'O-SZU PA, a Tibetan Buddhist 
priest who practiced in China.) TAO-SHEN. Cheng: CHAD ANG. 
Peking. 1475. 

140x72.244183. 

955. {Li-pu cha-fu Shan-kuo szu chu-ch'ih wen] 

(Official communication from the Board of Rites to the Abbot of 
Shan-kuo Temple referring to the revocation of the function of a 
Lama priest as abbot of the temple; list of contributors to the tem- 
ple.) Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1476. 

238 X 96. 244240/1 (d. 244240/2). 

956. [Ch'eng-hua shih-san nien tsao-hsiang] 

(Buddhist votive inscription and image.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1477. 
Reverse. Object in FMNH. 

16x9. 121668/1 (d. 121668/2). 

957. Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Ta-chileh szu pei 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 235 

(Restoration of Ta-chiieh Temple through support of the imperial 
family.) Emperor HSIEN-TSUNG. Chuan, cheng. Western HiUs, 
Ta-chueh szu. 1478. 

24 X 27 (head), 131 x 67 (text). 244140. 

HUdebrand (1), 7-8. 



958. Ch'ih-yu 

(Imperial order prohibiting abuse of the property of Wan-shou Tem- 
ple.) Chuan, cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1479. 

51 X 30 (head), 230 x 78 (text). 244197a-b. 
959A. [Fo hsiang chi] 

i^ i^ tL 

(Inscription by HO CHI-TSUNG from marble head of Buddha.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 1482. 

8x17. 121583. 
959B. [Ho Chi-tsung tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Reference by HO CHI-TSUNG to the dedication of a Buddhist im- 
age.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1482. Reverse of 959 A. 

8x17. 121583b. 

960. Ch'ih-tz'u Shan-kuo szu ch'eng-ch'uan pei 

(Imperial donation contributing to repair of Shan-kuo Temple.) 
Emperor HSIEN-TSUNG. Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1483. 
Cloud motif on border. 

260x99. 244235/1 (244235/2). 

961. Ch'ih-tz'u Shan-kuo szu ch'ung-hsing pei 

(Imperial contribution to restoration of Shan-kuo Temple following 
request of eunuchs.) CHOU HUNG-MO. Cheng: WAN CH'I Pe- 



236 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

king, Shan-kuo szu. 1483. Tablet erected by CHI NAI. Cloud motif 
on border. 

234x97. 244241/1 (244241/2). 

962. [Ch'ih-tz'u Shan-kuo szu ch'ung-hsing pei-yin] 

(Names of eunuchs of different departments of the imperial palace, 
and of monks of Shan-kuo Temple.) Reverse of 961, upper part. 
Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. (1483). 

152 X 118. 244243/1 (d. 244243/2). 

963. [Ch'ih-tz'u Shan-kuo szu ch'ung-hsing pei-yin] 

(List of contributors to restoration of Shan-kuo Temple.) Cheng. 
Peking, Shan-kuo szu. (1483). Possibly the reverse of 961, lower 
part. 

70 X 98. 244242/1 (d. 244242/2). 

964. Kuo Tu kung-pu tz'u t'i-yung 

(Poems by various scholars following a visit to the Shrine of TU 
FU.) YU TZU-CHUN. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1483. 

50x143. 245256. 

965. Yiian-ching Hsieh hsien-sheng chuan tsan 

(Eulogy to HSIEH YUAN-CHING.) YU HO-CH 'ING. Ts 'ao: YU 
HO-CH 'ING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1483. 

40x59. 245230. 

966. Yii-chih Hua-mei shan Lung-wang miao pei-chi 

(Restoration of the Dragon King Temple by imperial order, and 
eulogy to the Dragon King of Hua-mei Mountain, God of rain and 
water.) Emperor HSIEN-TSUNG. Cheng. Western Hills, Hei-lung 
fan. 1486. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 287 

80 X 60. 244176. 

967. P'an-shan Fa-tsang szu pei-chi 

(Record of Fa-tsang Temple at P'an-shan.) SZU- JUAN. Cheng: 
YUNG TA-CHI. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Fa-tsang szu. 1486. 

166 X 76. 244279. 

968. Chiu-chiu hsiao han chih t'u 

(Illustrations of winter activities.) Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1488. 
Accompanying poems in cheng-shu added later by CH'ING YANG- 
TZU. Colophon by CH'ING YANG-TZU. 

86x40. 244855 (d. 116449). 

969. Ch'ung-chien Ch'ing-chen szu chi 

(Commemoration re: rebuilding of K'gd-feng synagogue established 
in 1163. CHIN CHUNG. Chuan, cheng: FU JU and TS'AO TSO. 
WU LIANG, WU TSUN, engrs. K'ai-feng. 1489. Border motif. 

145 X 77. 245495. Illus. 

Asia, 58. Ch'en Yuan (1), 9. Kroker (1). White (1), 1 1/7-1 6. 

970. Ch'ih-tz'u ch'ung-hsiu P'u-chao szu pei-chi 

(History and restoration of P'u-chao Temple through imperial 
funds.) LI LUN. Chuan, cheng: LI LUN. N.W. of Peking, P'u-chao 
szu. 1493. 

53 X 31 (head), 205 x 89 (text). 244186a-b. 

971. Lai-chien Hsi-chu szu ch'ung-hsiu chi 

(Restoration of Hsi-chu Temple established by imperial order to 
honor the memory of CHIH-KUANG.) LI LUN. Cheng: LI LUN. 
Western Hills, Hsi-chu szu. 1493. 



238 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

189x90.244135. 

972. Hang-chiin ch'ung-hsiu Li-pai szu chi 

(Restoration of the Great Mosque in Hangchow.) CHENG HOU. 
Cheng: CH'EN CHIH. MENG NIEN, engr. Hangchow. 1493. 

144x80. 244940. 

Vissiere (2), 46 (t). 

973. [Ya-la-po wen Hang-chiin ch'ung-hsiu Li-pai szu chi] 

S- a ie iL ^im 4 f'f r! ^1 # %l 

(Restoration of the Great Mosque in Hangchow.) Arabic. Hang- 
chow. 1493. See 972. 

130x80. 244941. 

974. Ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu tseng-hsiu pei-chi 

(Reference to restoration and expansion of a mosque originally 
established by imperial order.) Chuan, cheng. Peking, Li-pai szu. 
1496. 

44 X 25 (head), 154 x 96 (text). 244338/la-b (d. 244338/2a-b). 

975. [Ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai tseng-hsiu pei-yin] 

(Names of palace eunuchs who contributed to the restoration of a 
mosque.) Cheng. Peking, Li-pai szu. (1496). Reverse of 974. 

154x92. 244339/1 (d. 244339/2). 

976. Ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu chi 

(Record of the building of a mosque by imperial order.) Chuan, 
cheng. Peking. 1496. Badly effaced. 

49 X 29 (head), 200 x 97 (text). 244340/la-b (d. 244340/2a-b). 

977. [A-la-po wen ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu pei-chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 239 

(Record of the building of a mosque by imperial order.) Arabic. 
Peking. 1496. See 976 for Chinese version. 

43 X 33 (head), 200 x 95 (text). 244341/la-b (d. 244341/2a-b). 

978. Ta Ming Hung-chih wu-wu sui ch'un cheng yileh chi-jih 
chien-li \pei-chi\ 

(Construction of bridge over Hojo Pond.) Cheng. Okinawa, Ryukyu 
Museum. 1498. 

75 X 13. 264235. Made with Japanese oil ink by a curator of the 
Ryiikyii Museum, 1960. 

979. [Chi K'ung-tzu wen] 

(Copy of text used in sacrifices to Confucius.) LIU YUN. Cheng. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1503. 

48x51.245281. 

980. Cheng-te shih-k'o 

(Meeting of two scholars, WANG CH 'ENG-YU and WANG YUN- 
FENG; record of 13 students of Kuan-chung who obtained chii-jen 
degrees.) Cheng. HSIAO TZU, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1506, upper part; 1510, lower part. 

138x44. 245519. 

981. [Chiang Hui Ch'en Chih t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of CHIANG HUI and CH'EN CHIH re: visit 
to Ling-yin Temple.) Cheng. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. Cheng-te. Ca. 
1506-1522. 

48 X 55. 244926. 

982. Ch'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu chi 



240 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Restoration and extension of Shan-kuo Temple under the auspices 
of Emperor HSIAO-TSUNG.) LI SHEN. Chuan, cheng: HOU 
KUAN. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1508. 

50x 32 (head), 234 x 119 (text). 244233/la-b (d. 244233/2). See also 
983. 

983. Ch'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-chi 

(Imperial restoration of Shan-kuo Temple.) CHANG T'lEN-JUI. 
Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1508. 

226 X 120. 244234/1 (d. 244234/2). See also 982. 

984. Ta Ming ku nei-kuan t'ai-chien Lo kung t'a-ming 

(Stupa epitaph of LO HSIU, a palace eunuch.) KAO TAI. Chuan, 
cheng: KAO TAI. Peking. 1509. 

36 X 29 (head), 148 x 79 (text). 244184. 

985. Ling-ying i-fang pei-chi 

(Inscription from Ling-kuan, a Taoist monastery, referring to the 
memory of the Holy Spirit.) Cheng. Peking. 1511. Badly effaced. 

34 X 25 (head), 148 x 81 (text). 244455/la-b (d. 244455/2a-b). 

986. Tsun-ch'ung Tao-ching szu chi 

^ ^ -ti" i^"^ ^ i? 

(Commemoration to rebuilding of K'ai-feng synagogue estabhshed 
in 1163.) TSO TANG. Chuan, Cheng: HSU ANG and KAO K'AO. 
CHANG LUAN, CHANG HSI, engrs. K'ai-feng. 1512. Border 
motif. Reverse of 969. 

145 X 76. 245496/1 (d. 245496/2, 245063/1, 245063/2). 

Asia (1), 58. Ch'en Yuan (1), 9. Kroker (1). White (1), 11/41-54. 

987. Ming ku Ta-lung shan hu-kuo szu Hsi-t'ien fo-tzu ta-kuo-shih 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 241 

Chang kung mu t'a-chi 

(Stupa inscription marking the tomb of a famous Buddhist monk 
and scholeir with the surname of CHANG whose honorific name be- 
stowed by the Emperor was Grand Monk HSI-T'IEN FO-TZU TA- 
FA-SHIH.) TUNG CHI. Chuan, cheng: CHU HSIEN and WANG 
LUN, Peking, Western Hills, Hsiang-shan-hsiang. 1512. 

Two sheets: 140 x 82 (large calligraphy), 39 x 30 (small calligraphy). 
244030. 

988. I-yung wu-an wang shen-hsiang chi 

(Kuan Yii on horseback; biography.) HSIAO TA-KANG, art. Cheng. 
Hsi-an. 1513. 

Scroll: 62x56. 116455. 

989. Huang Ming yii-chi 

t Qfl m 'k 

(Imperial offering and funeral ode to WEI CHEN, palace eunuch of- 
ficial of Yii-ma-chien.) Cheng. Peking. (1515). 

Three sheets: 33 x 48 (head), 48 x 75 (text). 244493/1 (d. 244493/2). 

990. Shou hsiian 
:^ ^^ 

(Two-character calligraphy.) Prince CHUANG-HSI. Cheng: Prince 
CHUANG-HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1516. Cut by Prince 
YUNG-SHOU, son of Prince CHUANG-HSI. 

68x159. 245488. 

991. [Yu P'an-shan shih pei-chi] 

(Poems relating to a journey to P 'an-shan.) YANG PING-CHIEH 
et al. Cheng. HO HSIUNG, engr. N.E. of Peking, P 'an-shan, Shang- 
fang szu. 1516. 

121 x 50. 244304. 



242 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

992. Yu P'an-shan shih 

(Poem composed during visit to P'an-shan.) WANG HSUAN. 
Cheng. N.E. of Peking. P'an-shan. 1516. 

123 X 53. 244303. 

993. [Chuang-hsi wang shu\ 

(Four-character caUigraphy.) Hsing: Prince CHUANG-HSI. Hsi-an. 
1517. 

Scroll: 40 X 133. 116461. lUus. 

994. [Chuang-hsi wang shu] 

(Two-character calligraphy.) Hsing: Prince CHUANG-HSI. Hsing. 
1517. 

Scroll: 42x86. 116462. 

995. K'ou Chun hsiang tsan 

(K'OU CHUN portrait; eulogy.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1517. From original 
portrait dated 992, and two original eulogies dated 1018. Footnote 
by LIU CHI dated 1517. 

Scroll: 152x60. 116421 (d. 244817). lUus. 

996. Hsiang-kung chin-shih 

(Four-character inscription indicating to whom chin-shih gradua- 
tion titles were granted.) Prince CHUANG-HSI. Cheng. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1518. 

57x211.245272. 

997. [K'ai-fu szu sha-men Hui-t'ien tsao-hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 243 

(Inscription recording the erection of a Buddhist image by HUI- 
T'lEN, a priest at K'ai-fu Temple.) Bronze tablet. Cheng. Peking, 
K'ai-fu szu. 1521. Object in FMNH. 

2x22. 120181/1. 

998. [P'u-hsien hsiang-chi] 

(Inscription from reverse of a Samantabhadra image.) Bronze 
tablet. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1521. Object in FMNH. 

6x16. 120182/1. 

999. Hou Han Kuei-chi Shang-yii hsiao-nii Ts'ao O pei 

(Eulogy to TS'AO O.) HAN-TAN CH'UN. Hsing. Chekiang, Shao- 
hsing. 1522. Re-cut from T'ang stone containing calligraphy of LI 
YUNG. See 805. 

183 X 90. 244945. 

GUes (1), no. 2007. 

1000. [Yiin-nan shih-k'o Kou-lou pei] 

(Yiin-nan copy of Tablet of Yii.) Variant form of chuan. YANG 
SHEN. Yunnan, An-ning chou, An-ning hsien. Chia-ching. Ca. 
1522-1566. 

Album, 21 faces, 36 x 26. 24484.5. One sheet of notes. 

Ch'en Yun-jung (1), 8/1-4. 

1001. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-ching szu chi 

(Commemoration re: restoration of a mosque in Hsi-an.) LIU HSU. 
Chuan, cheng: LIU JU-CH'I and PAI CHANG. YEH WEN-CHU 
engr. Hsi-an. 1523. Border motif. 

52x82 (head), 160x82 (text). 245499 (d. 121162, 244889). 

1002. [Hu-hsi shan-jen shih] 



244 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

'a\ \it) lL X S^ 

(Poem re: visit to Chung-nan Mountain.) K'ANG HAI. Ts'ao: 
K'ANG HAL Shensi, Chou-chih hsien. 1523. 

82 X 174. 245093. 

1003. Ming ku Nan-ching Kuei-chou tao chien-ch'a yii-shih Chu 
kung mu-chih ming 

m fe r$] t f n ii li^t iiP ± 3i U % %% 

(Cover stone and epitaph of Hon. CHU, native of Nanking and cen- 
sor in the Kuei-chou tao.) LI FENG-AO. Chuan, cheng: LI CHI and 
WANG KG. Szechwan, Chengtu. 1525. 

Two sheets: 54 x 53, 52 x 52. 233768a-b. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 

1004. [Li Yang-ping shu Ch'ien-kua pei\ 

(Calligraphy from the Ch'ien-kua, a portion of the Book of Changes.) 
Chuan: LI YANG-PING. CHANG CHIEN-FU, engr. Szechwan, 
Yueh-ch'ih hsien, Confucius Temple. 1526. Footnote by CHANG 
TA-YUNG dated 1526 described this as re-cut stone from a re-cut 
wood tablet in the collection of WANG SHIH, native of Anhwei, 
made under the auspices of CHANG TA-YUNG. 

Four sheets: 165 x 76. 244457a-d. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 98/11-15 (t,c). 

1005. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-hsiu szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-chi 

(Record of various restorations of Hsi-an mosque established in 
T'ang.) LI SHIH-JUNG. Chuan, Cheng: LI SHIH-JUNG. HSIAO 
TZU and sons, HSIAO CHANG and HSIAO HUANG, engrs. Hsi- 
an. 1526. 

Scroll: 69 x 40 (head), 125 x 64 (text). 121158 (d. 244876/1, 244876/2). 

1006. Ching i chen yu hsii 

(Admonition re: respectfulness, with imperial introduction.) 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 245 

Emperor SHIH-TSUNG. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1526. 
96 X 83. 245469. 

1007. [Ch'eng-tzu szu chen] 

(Four admonitions re: seeing, hearing, talking, moving.) CH'ENG I. 
Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1527. Each accompanied by note 
of Emperor SHIH-TSUNG. 

Each of four sections about: 43 x 100. 245470a-d. 

1008. Sung ju Fan shih hsin-chen 

(Admonition.) FAN CHUN, Sung period. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. (1527). Note by Emperor SHIH-TSUNG. 

42 X 104. 245474. 

1009. Sheng-yii nei-ko fu ch'en Yang I-ch'ing teng 

(Imperial order for the carving of moral admonitions written by two 
Sung scholars, FAN CHUN and CH'ENG I.) Chuan, cheng. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1528. 

27 X 15 (head), 46 x 107 (text). 245310. 

1010. Ming ku yii-ma-chien tso-shao-chien Wang kung shou-yii 

(Tomb inscription of WANG YU, a palace official of Ming dynasty.) 
Cheng. N.p. 1530. The two characters, shou-yii, indicate that the 
tomb was prepared in his lifetime. 

143 X 79. 244028. 

1011. Mo-chieh Wang-ch'uan t'u 

(Four seasonal scenes of Wang-ch'uan by WANG MO-CHIEH 
[WANG WEI] of T'ang.) HAN TSAN, tracer CHANG CHIN, engr. 
Shensi, Lan-t'ien hsien. 1530. 



246 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Each 56x49. 24487 la-d. lUus. 
Wu Shu-shan (1), 29/22-24 (t,c). 

1012. Li ch'iian-ch'i 

(Deed to grave plot proving to spirits that the grave is properly 
owned.) Cheng. Szechwan. 1533. Written in reverse order. 

35 X 35. 233787. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



1013. Ming ku yii-ma-chien t'ai-chien Hsieh kung hui Kuang chih 



mu 



B^iSct^.^ E^fer* ^ %%m Li 



(Tombstone of HSIEH KUANG who held the office of Yii-ma-chien 
t 'ai-chien under Ming.) Cheng. Peking. 1533. 

125 X 64. 244491/1 (d. 244491/2). 

1014. [Chang Hu-lin tsao fo hsiang chi] 

(Votive inscription from Amitabha image offered by CHANG HU- 
LIN from Mei-hsien, Shensi, his wife, and son.) Cast iron. Cheng. 
Peking. 1534. Object in FMNH. 

12x30.120228. 

1015. Chung-ho 

(Two characters meaning moderation and harmony.) Cheng: T'AO 
KUEI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1535. 

193 X 79. 245292. 

1016. Fu-shou 

(Two characters meaning prosperity and longevity.) Cheng: T'AO 
KUEI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1535. 

193 X 83. 245293. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 247 

1017. Chin-chung pao-kuo 

(Eulogy to YUEH FEI (1103-1141) ordered by Governor CHANG, 
Chekiang, in 1535 and placed near YUEH FEI's tomb.) Cheng: 
HUNG CHU. Chekiang, Hangchow, YUEH FEI Shrine. 1536. 
Obverse of 1018. 

Four sheets: 183 x 139 (a), 183 x 138 (b.c), 178 x 141 (d). 244918a-d. 



1018. Chin-chung pao-kuo 



(Eulogy to YUEH FEI.) HSU CHIEH. Cheng: LI SUNG-HSIANG. 
Chekiang, Hangchow, YUEH FEI Shrine. 1536. Reverse of 1017. 

63 x 600. 244919. 

1019. Hsiian-sheng wen-hsiian wang tsan 

(Eulogy to CONFUCIUS, and imperial edict re: his canonization as 
HSUAN-SHENG WEN-HSUAN WANG.) Emperor CHEN- 
TSUNG, Sung. Hsing. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 1536. 
From original tablet dated 1009 and destroyed in 1499. 

202 X 98. 245434. 

1020. Feng an K 'ao-t 'ing hsien-sheng yti Tung-hsiao kung wen 

4--^ ^ ^ ^ ± f i^t^t ii 

(Memorial to Master K'AO-T'ING of Tung-hsiao kung, a Taoist 
monastery in Yii-hang, Chekiang.) CH'EN JU. Hsing. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1536. 

26x93.245228. 

1021. Ming shih Yiian p'ing-chang-cheng-shih hsing-sheng Yiin- 
nan ku feng Hsien-yang wang Sai kung chih ming 

(Epitaph of SAI SHAN-SZU-TING-WU-MA-ERH, [SAYYID 
AJALL Sams UD-DIN1 a Mohammedan who served as an official 
under KUBLAI KHAN.) LU HUNG. Cheng: MA TZ'U-T'U. LIU 



248 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

SHIH-LU, engr. Hsi-an. 1538. Tablet erected by SAI SHUN-TSU, a 
tenth-generation descendant. Border designs of dragons, clouds, 
lotus. 

165x72. 245559 (d. 121151). 

Vissi^re (1). 

1022. Ch'uang-chien Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(History of Islam in China and establishment of first mosque in Hsi- 
an during T'ang.) WANG KUNG. Cheng. WANG KUNG. Hsi-an. 
SHIH KUNG, engr. 1539. Obverse of 1023. Cloud motif on border 
and headstone. Re-cut. 

Scroll: 42 x 72 (head), 119 x 72 (text). 121046 (d. 244872/1 , 244872/2 ). 

Broomhall (1), 84-86 (t). Parker (1), (t). ^ ^ 

1023. T'ien-pao nien chien ku-ch'a pei-chi 

(Establishment of ancient mosque dated Tien-Pao reign year 
[742-756].) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1539. Reverse of 1022. 

Scroll: 45 x 72 (head), 118 x 72 (text). 121165 (d. 244872/1, 244872/2). 



1024. Huan ch'i sha tu Ching 

'^ ^^t 'A-r ^'|f -'^ 

(Poems re: Ching River and other subjects.) CHAD T'ING-JUI. 
Chuan, cheng. HSIAO CHANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1541. 

59x59. 245279. 

1025. Ming ku szu-she-chien t'ai-chien Ch'eng kung hui Chiln chih 

mu ^^ 

(Tombstone of CH 'ENG CHUN, a palace eunuch holding the office 
of Szu-she-chien t'ai-chien.) Cheng. Peking. 1541. 

114x51. 244495/1 (d. 244495/2). 



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1026. [Shao-hsing Yii-ling Kou-lou pei] 

(Record of the legendary Emperor YU to control the waters of 
China.) Variant form of chuan: AN JU-SHAN. Chekiang, Shao- 
hsing, Yii-ling. 1541. Colophon by CHANG MING-TAO in cheng 
dated 1541. 

266x128. 244942. 

Ch'en Yun-jung (1), 8/1-4. 

1027. [Tang-mo t'ien-tsun hsiang] 

(Portrait of Tang-mo T'ien-tsun, the God who destroys devils.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 1542. 

ScroU: 56x28. 116453. 

1028. Tseng-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu chi 

(Restoration and expansion of Ch'ing-chen szu (mosque) at Hsin- 
hsing-U, Ch'ang-an.) TS'AO LAN. Chuan, cheng: WANG CHUN. 
PU CHI, engr. Hsi-an. 1545. 

Scroll: 41 x 88 (head), 177 x 88 (text). 121166 (d. 244887). 

1029. Entry deleted. 

1030. [Ch'un-yu ch'ang Hsia Ch'eng pei] 

(Epitaph of HSIA CH'ENG, a chief official of Ch'un-yti District, 
Shantung in L. Han.) Li: TS'AI YUNG (original stone). Hopeh, 
Yung-nien hsien. 1545. Re-cut from original stone of 170. Colophon 
by TANG YAO. 

189x91. 244518. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/23-35. 

1031. (Inscription from mausoleum of al-Sarif Badr ad-Din b. 
Sams ad-Din; ayat.) Wall tablet. Hafiz ben Qul-Muhanmiad. 



260 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Arabic. Hsi-an. 1545. (952 by Islamic calendar.) Dragons with peeirl 
ball on headstone; cloud motif on text border. 

Scroll: 70x 39 (head), 132 x 70 (text). 121149. 

Broomhall (1), 101-106 (r,t). Huart (2), 276-284 (r,t). 

1032. Tseng-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu chi 

(Commemoration re: addition to a mosque in Hsi-an.) TS'AO LAN. 
Ch. and Arabic. Chuan, cheng: KUAN CHI and WANG CHUN. 
Hsi-an. 1545. Border motif. Tablet erected by MA MENG-HO. 

Two sheets: 40 x 84 (head), 184 x 86 (text). 245500a-b. 

1033. Ku-ch'a Ch'ing-chen szu chih t'u 

(Detailed ground plans of an ancient mosque in Hsin-hsing fang, 
Hsi-an.) Cheng. Hsi-an. (1545). Border motif. 

43x81 (head), 170x83 (design). 245501. See 1032. 

1034. Ta Ming ku shih-yii ju-jen Chu mu Ch'en shih mu-chih ming 

^ Bn ^ii i^ a? ^t A * ^ l^t ^ 4 u a 

(Cover stone and epitaph of Mrs. CHU, n^ CH 'EN, wife of a Ming 
official.) LI FENG-AO. Chuan, cheng: CH'I CHUN. Szechwan, 
Chengtu. 1547. See epitaph of Hon. CHU, no. 1003. 

Two sheets: 55 x 54, 55 x 54. 233783a-b. 

1035. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'un-yang Lii kung tz'u chi 

(Restoration of shrine of LU CH 'UN- YANG, courtesy name of LtJ 
YEN, ranked among the eight Taoist immortals as LU TUNG-PIN.) 
Cheng. Peking, Lii Ch'un-yang tz'u. (1553). 

148x83. 244307. 

1036. Ch'ien-tzu-wen 

-t ^t :i 

("Essay of One Thousand Characters.") Ts'ao: HSU TSUNG-LU. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 261 

Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1555. Note by HSU TSUNG-LU. 

34x112. 245478. 

1037. Ch'ung-hsiu Wan-shou ch'an-szu chieh-t'an chi 

(History of Wan-shou ch'an-szu, founded in the T'ang period under 
the name of Hui-chii szu.) KAO KUNG. Chuan, cheng. Western 
Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1556. 

43 X 29 (head), 220 x 104 (text). 244196a-b. 

1038. [Yii-shih Yii Chai teng t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of a censor re: visit to Ling-yin Temple.) YU 
CHAI. Cheng. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1556. Partly effaced. 

27 X 44. 244929. 

1039. Ming ku nei-kuan-chien yu-chien ch'eng shu kuang-ying k'u 
shih Chao kung mu-piao 

m 4^i^T id::^ li 4 Si* ^a ^^ ;: S ^ 

(Tombstone of CHAO WANG who held an acting appointment to 
the office of Kuang-ying.) CHANG WEN-HSIEN. Cheng: WU 
TSU-CH'IEN. Peking. 1560. 

Four sheets: 35 x 25 (head), 172 x 85 (text). 244492/1 (d. 244492/2). 

1040. Ch'ung-hsiu hu-kuo Kuang-hui szu chi 

(Restoration of Kuang-hui Temple with praise to palace eunuchs for 
their support.) YU I-P'ENG. Chuan, cheng: YU I-P'ENG. Peking, 
Kuang-hui szu. 1561. Obverse of 1041. 

154x84. 244247/la-b (d. 244247/2). 

1041. [Ch'ung-hsiu hu-kuo Kuang-hui szu pei-yin] 

(List of contributors to Kuang-hui Temple.) Cheng. Peking, Kuang- 
hui szu. 1561. Reverse of 1040. 



262 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

142 X 85. 244246/1 (d. 244246/2). 

1042. Kuan chao-ling liu chiin pei 

(Poems re: the six stone horses at the tomb of Emperor T'AI- 
TSUNG, T'ang.) SUN YING-AO. Hsing: SUN YING-AO. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1562, 

34 X 90. 245269. 

1043. Hua-shan shih pa-shou 

# wL t# vv-f 

(Eight verses re: trip to Hua Mountain.) SUN YING-AO. Hsing: 
SUN YING-AO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1562. 

Two sheets: 27 x 86 (a), 26 x 91 (b). 245271a-b. 

1044. Chiang-yiian chung-pai chi 

<-^ |5^i' i-^ 4-^ ->i 

(Commemoration re: the planting of cedar trees near a lecture hall.) 
SUN YING-AO. Cheng: SUN YING-AO. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 1562. 

29 X 99. 245270. 

1045. Chu-chi 

(A note on chrysanthemums.) SUN YING-AO. Cheng. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1562. 

32 X 109. 245249. 

1046. Sung-shao ya-yiin 

(Two pine trees and four characters referring to wind in the pines, an 
allusion to the elegant rhymes of refined music.) SUN YING-AO. 
Hsing: SUN YING-AO. Hsi-an, 1563. 

Scroll: 87x33. 116414. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 253 

1047. [T'ang Wu Tao-tzu hua sheng-hsiang shih-k'o] 

(Portrait of CONFUCIUS from WU TAO-TZU painting.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1563. 

Scroll: 34x69. 116439 (d. 244842). 

1048. Wu-liang-shou fu hsiang 

(Amitabha portrait.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1564. 
Scroll: 54x35. 116428. 

1049. Kuang-hui szu liu-fang pei-chi 

(Eulogy to CHUEH-LIEN (CHIANG TA-FANG), a master monk of 
Kuang-hui Temple, and dedication of a pagoda in his memory.) SUN 
KUEI. Chuan, cheng: T'ANG CH'EN. Peking, Kuang-hui szu. 1564. 

154 X 86. 244248/la-b (d. 244248/2a-b). 

1050. Ch'ung-hsiu San-sheng miao chi 

(Rebuilding of San-sheng Temple in a new location.) LIANG TUNG. 
Cheng: LIANG TUNG. (Shensi). 1565. 

75 X 60. 245502. 

1051. Ping hsien Chang kung ch'uang-chien Pai-shui wai-ch'eng 

(Eulogy to CHANG HAN for fortifying the outer wall of Pai-shui 
District.) HAN PANG CH'I. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1565. Tablet erected by YIN WU-CH'ING. 

49x91. 245280. 

1052. \Wan-shou ch'an-szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-chi] 



254 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Repair of Wan-shou Temple and list of donors.) Chuan, cheng. 
Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1565. 

51 X 30 (head), 210 x 105 (text). 244195a-b. . 

1053. [Ts'ao-chiieh ko] 

(Song of the art of writing in Ts'ao-shu.) Ts'ao, cheng: CHU CHING- 
TA. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1573-1619). ^ 

43 X 138. 245284. 

1054. Hsien-chii lo 

(Song re: the happiness of living at leisure.) CHOU CHIH-TIEN. 
Hsing: HO CH'ENG-HSUN. WANG MENG-CHI, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. (1573-1619). | 

68 X 38. 245267. I 

1055. [Ting-kuang ju-lai she-li t'a pei-yin] 

(List of contributors.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, T'ien- • 
ch'eng szu. 1574. Reverse of 1056. 

107x41. 244251. 

1056. Ting-kuang ju-lai she-li t'a chi 

(Inscription re: a sarira-stupa to benefit the Emperor, his family 
and to bring happiness to the contributors.) Cheng: WANG T'lNG- 
CHU, engr. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan. 1574. Copied from a stupa in- 
scription dated Liao, 1114. Obverse of 1055. 

77 X 40. 244252. 

1057. Kuan-shih t'ung-nien hui chi-hsi fu-tseng 

(Poem occasioned by a meeting of graduate students from Shensi 
who took their degree in the same year.) HSU YUNG-CHIEN. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 255 

Hsing: HSU YUNG-CHIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1576. 
35 X 76. 245442. 

1058. Nei-kuan-chien t'ai-chien chang Ch'eng-yiin k'u shih Liu 
kung hui Ch'eng hao Wen-ch'uan chih mu 

(Tombstone of LIU CH'ENG, palace eunuch of Nei-kuan-chien 
under Ming.) Cheng. Peking. (1579, death date). 

197 X 83. 244494/1 (d. 244494/2). 

1059. [Niu Hsi chu Kuan-yin hsiang chi\ 

(Inscription from base of Kuan-yin image dedicated to a temple in 
Wei-nan hsien, Shensi. It indicates that the image was ordered by 
NIU HSI, his wife and family.) Bronze. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1580. Object 
in FMNH. 

17x26. 120145. 

1060. [Kuan-yin p'u-sa tsao-hsiang] 

(Dated inscription from reverse of Kuan-yin image.) Bronze tablet. 
Cheng. Shensi, Wei-nan hsien. 1580. Object in FMNH. 

18x25. 120145/1. 

1061. Ch'U chiian-mo wen 

(Essay on "Driving away the Devil of Laziness.") Ts'ao: LI YING- 
CH'UN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1584. Footnote in cheng by LI 
YING-CH'UN. 

88x58. 245257. 

1062. T'ai Hua-shan t'u 

(Illustrated plan of Hua-shan.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Shensi, Confucius 
Temple. 1585. 



256 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

113x60. 244848. lUus. 

1063. P'an-shan t'ung Chu Chang-fu tui yiieh \pei-chi\ 

(Poem composed during visit to P'an-shan.) FU KUANG-CHAI. 
Hsing. N.E. Peking, P'an-shan, Shao-lin szu. 1586. 

155 X 73. 244294. 

1064. Yu-chih Hei-lung t'an tao-yii ling-ying pei 

(Imperial memorial re: prayers for rain answered at Hei-Ung t'an.) 
Emperor SHEN-TSUNG. Cheng. Western Hills, Hei-lung t'an. 
1586. 

134x74. 244177. 

1065. Fo-ting-tsun-sheng chen-yen t'a 

(Buddhist precepts with regard to an octagonal stupa contributed 
to T 'ien-ch 'eng Temple; list of donors to stupa and contributors for 
incense. Drawings of Buddhist incense burners.) Ch. and Sanskrit. 
Cheng. N.E. of Peking. P 'an-shan, T 'ien-ch 'eng szu. 1587. 

Eight sheets: 126 x 26. 244263a-h. 

1066. Sheng-yii t'u-chieh 

tic >J>- ]~^ fi,T) 

(Instructions by imperial order for people to follow.) CHUNG HUA- 
MIN. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1587. 

158x80. 245254. lUus. 

1067. Cheng-chi ko-wu shuo pei 

(Commentary on the sayings of CH'ENG HAG.) CHUNG HUA- 
MIN. Cheng: CHUNG HUA-MIN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1588. 

70x164. 245255. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 257 

1068. Ch'ung-hsiu K'ung miao shih-ching chi 

(Record of the restoration of the Stone Classics at Hsi-an.) WANG 
HO. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1589. 

150x62. 245273. 

1069. Chan-t'an jui-hsiang chi 

(Sandalwood Buddha.) CH'IN YING-JUI, art. Cheng: CHU 
CH'EN-PIAO. Peking, Sheng-an szu. 1589. Re-cut by T'UNG- 
YUEH. 

101 X 59. 245133/1 (d. 245133/2). 

1070. [Kuan-yin fu hsiang] 

(Portrait of Kuan-yin.) Cheng. T'UNG-YUEH, engr. Peking, Sheng- 
an szu. 1589. 

98 X 59. 245132/1 (d. 245132/2). 

1071. [Kuan Yu hua-hsiang] 

(Portrait of Kuan Yii.) CH'IN YING-JUI, art. Cheng. Peking. 1589. 
Cut by T'UNG-YUEH. 

100x59. 245134/1 (d. 245134/2). 



■^.itfflt^flll 



1072. Ta-mo tsu-shih hsiang-tsan 

(Portrait of Bodhidharma with eulogy.) Hsing: LI YEN-KUNG. 
Peking. Sheng-an szu. 1591. 

98 X 58. 245135/1 (d. 245135/2). 

1073. Kuan-ti miao pei 



258 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Record of establishment of Kuan-ti Temple in honor of Kuan Yii.) 
CHIAO HUNG. Chuan, hsing: WANG K'EN-T'ANG and TUNG 
CH'I-CH'ANG. WU JEN-P'EI, engr. Peking, Cheng-yang men. 
1591. 

24 X 20 (head), 154 x 87 (text). 244305/la-b (d. 244305/2). 



1074. Sheng-chi chih t'u 

1^ 



f'H^l^ 



(Biography of CONFUCIUS.) Cheng. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius 
Temple. 1592. Accompanying text to 1075. 

Eight sheets: 34x58 (a), 29xapprox. 57 (b-f), 34x57 (g-h). 
244657a-h. 

Note: 1074 and 1075 together form a complete set. 

1075. [Sheng-chi chih t'u shih-k'o] 

(Illustrations to biography of CONFUCIUS.) Cheng. Shantung, 
Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 1592. 

One hundred twelve sheets, each about 29x47. 244658 1-112. 

Note: this and 1074 together form a complete set. 

K'ung Hsien-lan (1). Laufer (5), 208 ff. 

1076. Ching-kuan tzu-te ipei) 

mi I iut 

(Four-character calligraphy meaning quiet observation brings 
understanding.) Hsing: TSO SZU-MING. P'EI-YEN, grandson of 
TSO SZU-MING, tracer. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. Erected 
by FU-SHIH, son of TSO SZU-MING. 

95 X 87. 245489. 

1077. Chuyin 



n 



"Q 



(Two-character calligraphy.) Hsing: TSO SZU-MING. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1593. Stone erected by TSO SHIH, the son of TSO 
SZU-MING. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 259 

55 X 35. 245305. 

1078. Fengi 

(Two-character calligraphy.) Hsing: TSO SZU-MING. TSO SHIH, 
son of TSO SZU-MING, tracer. PU TA-CH'ING, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1593. From original tablet engraved by LI MENG- 
LIN, 

88 X 46. 245300. 

1079. Huan-su hsuan 

(Three characters referring to Huan-su Pavilion.) Cheng: TSO SZU- 
MING. SUN P'EI-WEI, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. 

132 X 45. 245294. 

1080. Kang-chi chung-ti 

(Four characters indicating a place reserved for authorized officials.) 
Cheng: TSO SZU-MING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. 

110x122. 245286. 

1081. Yiian-t'ou huo-shui 

(Four characters meaning spring and flowing water.) Cheng: TSO 
SZU-MING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. 

75 X 68. 245289. 

1082. Chin-shih 

(Third-degree graduate under the old examination system.) Cheng: 
TSO SZU-MING. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. 

89 X 55. 245290. 

1083. Chekuei 



260 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Two-character reference to Hanlin honors.) Cheng: TSO SZU- 
MING. SUN P'EI-K'O, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1593. 

90 X 54. 245287. 

1084. Ching-hsi T'an-che shan Chia-fu szu cheng kuang chu-shih 
Hsii kung yiian-li t'a pei-chi ming 

(Praise to the Hon. HSU for fulfilling a vow to build a stupa at Chia- 
fu Temple in T'an-che Mountain.) LI SHIH-TA. Cheng. Western 
Hills. T 'an-che shan, Chia-fu szu. 1594. 

188x91. 244219. 

1085. Fo [hsin-nii Sun-men Wang shih teng t'ung shih fan erh- 
shih tui\ 

(Record of an offer of 20 pairs of banners by Mrs. SUN, nee WANG 
£md by other female Buddhist disciples of Wan-shou Temple.) 
Cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1596. 

48x26. 244210. 

1086. Chan-t'an jui hsiang 

(Auspicious sandalwood Buddha.) SHAO-CH'IEN. Ch. and 
Tibetan. Chuan, cheng. Peking. 1597. A long accompanying inscrip- 
tion states that this was made from the first image of 
iSAKYAMUNI carved from sandalwood and. attributed to 
UDAYANA, a contemporary of I^akyamuni. 

Scroll: 136x77. 116437. lUus. 

1087. Shih-szu fang chi Ma shih [ts'an-pei] 

(Inscription on MA family tombstone.) Cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku 
hsien. 1597. Cloud motif on border. 

61 X 52. 244513. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 261 

1088. Pei-yin t'i-ming 

(List of names, probably of donors to the MA family tombstone 
tablet.) Cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku hsien. (1597). Reverse of 1087. Frag- 
ment. 

42x28. 244511. 

1089. [Yii Hua-t'ing Sun [J-hung t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription re: visit to Ling-yin Temple.) YU HUA-T'ING 
and SUN D-HUNG. LI. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1597. 

101 X 44. 244935. 

1090. Ch'ih-chien Hei-lung fan pei t'ing 

(Imperial order for establishment of a pavilion for stone tablets at 
Hei-lung fan.) Cheng. Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. 1598. 

37 X 44. 244174. 

1091. Po-jo-po-lo-mi-to hsin-ching 

(Prajnaparamitahrdaya-sutra at Tz'u-en Temple.) Ts'ao, cheng: 
CHU CHING-T'A. CHANG WEN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1599. Colophons. 

42 X 149. 245302. 

1092. Ch'ien-tzu-wen 

("Essay of a Thousand Characters.") Hsing: CHU CHING-T'A. 
CHANG WEN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1599. 

43x170. 245282. 

1093. Tzu-yang chen-jen chin-tan szu-pai tzu 



262 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Four-hundred words re: the pill of immortality.) TZU-YANG 
CHEN-JEN. Ts'ao: CHU CHING-T'A. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1599. 

47 X 56. 245278. 

1094. Ch'ih-yii nan-hai P'u-t'o shan P'u-t'o szu chu-ch'ih chi seng- 
jen teng 

fe i^ 1^ i ^ # ft uL * f t 4 i± # ^5- {^ y^ ^ 

(Imperial order re: donation of complete edition of the Tripitaka to 
the Abbot and monks of P 'u-t 'o Temple.) Cheng. Chekiang, P 'u-t 'o 
shan, P 'u-t 'o szu. 1599. 

206x98.244910. 

1095. T'ang Wen-hsiang kung shih [k'o] 

(Poems.) T'ANG LUNG. Hsing: HOU YU-HSIU. YANG FU-LIN, 
engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1599). Colophon by T'ANG YU-YU 
grandson of T'ANG LUNG, and by CHIN WEN-HUANG. 

Two sheets: 53 x 43 (a), 54 x 72 (b). 245490. 

1096. Ch'un-yang Lit tsu [hsiang] 

(Portrait of LU YEN, commonly known as LU TSU, the Patriarch; 
inscription based on writings in sand, supposedly by LU.) CH'IEN 
WAN-HSUAN, art. Hsing: HOU YU-HSIU. PU LIEN, engr. Hsian, 
Confucius Temple. 1600. 

Scroll: 45 x 87. 116430 (d. 244809). 

1097. Shih-szu t'ang chi Ming ku hsien-k'ao kung yiian [ts'an-pei] 

(Tombstone of Mr. MA.) Cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku hsien. 1600. 
62x50.244515. 

1098. [Kuan-yin p'u-sa tsao-hsiang chi] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 263 

(Inscribed date from reverse of Kuan-yin image.) Bronze tablet. Hsi- 
an. 1601. Object in FMNH. 

16x13. 120146. 

1099. Wang-ch'uan t'u fu 

(Picture of Wang-ch'uan with composition in fu style.) WANG 
PANG-TS'AI, Magistrate of Lan-t'ien hsien. Li: WANG PANG- 
TS'AI. Shensi, Lan-t'ien hsien. 1603. 

99x73.245471. 

1100. Ch'ung-hsiu P'an-shan she-li t'a Yun-chao szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of l§arii-a-stupa and of Yiin-chao Temple in com- 
memoration of the Empress Dowager's birthday.) WANG TAG- 
CHENG. Cheng: LIU TS'AI. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yiin-chao 
szu. 1603. 

176x83.244265. 

1101. Shen Yu-jung yii t'ui hung-mao fan Wei-ma-lang teng [pei] 

(Memorial to SHEN YU-JUNG who in 1604 successfully evacuated 
the WYBRANT VAN WAERWYK expedition from the 
Pescadores.) Cheng. Taiwan, P'eng-hu hsien, Ma-tsu Temple. Ca. 
1604-1624. 

193x35. 264201. 

Lin Hsiung-hsiang (1), 9, Ch'ii-ho pien/12-65. 

1102. Chin-kang po-jo-po-lo-mi ching 

(Text of the Vajracchedika-prajnaparamita sutra.) Ts'ao: CHU 
CHING-T'A. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1605. 

Five sheets: about 47 x 160. 245297a-e. 



1103. T'o-chien ch'ih-tz'u ch'ing-hsiu szu chi 



284 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Restoration and expansion of Ch'ing-hsiu szu mosque.) MA 
TS'UNG. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1606. 

212x63. 244877. 

1104. Chang kung ch'ang-sheng pei-chi 

(Honorarium to Mr. CHANG whose tzu was I-SHAN (personal 
name damaged in stone), born in 1552 in I-chou, Pao-ting fu.) HO 
TSUNG-YEN. Cheng: HOU CH'ING-YUAN. Peking. 1610. 

28x24 (head), 148x67 (text). 244490/1 (d. 244490/2). 

1105. Mei-hsueh hsiian shu hui weng pu-tzu ch'i wen 

(Copy of the Pu-tzu ch'i wen.) CHU HSI. Ts'ao, cheng: CHU 
CHING-T'A. I-LIN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1612. 

63x155. 245283. 

1106. Wu-yiieh chen-hsing t'u 

(Fanciful Taoist pictographs of the five sacred mountains of China.) 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 1612. 

120 X 63. 244794. 

1107. [Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'un-yang Lii kung tz'u pei-yin] 

(Names of LU TUNG-PIN Shrine personnel: CHOU HStJAN- 
CHEN, a Taoist teacher, CH 'EN CHI, a supervisor, his two sons, 
Taoist priests, et al.) Cheng. Peking, Lii Ch'un-yang tz'u. 1613. 
Reverse of 1108. 

174x23.244309. 

1108. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'un-yang Lii kung tz'u pei chi 



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TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 265 

(Restoration by imperial contribution to LU TUNG-PIN Shrine.) 
KU PING-CH'IEN. Cheng. CHANG WEI-HSIEN. Peking, Lu 
Ch'un-yang tz'u. 1613. Border design of animals and flowers. 

186 X 88. 244308. 

1109. [Ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-chi] 

(Restoration of the Li-pai szu [mosque], estabUshed in Peking in 
1427, and given its present name by imperial order in 1474.) Cheng. 
Peking, Li-pai szu. 1613. 

104x71. 244345/1 (d. 244345/2). 

1110. [Ch'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-chi pei-yin] 

ili P.I 'tl 'ft^ti'fZt itlt U, 

(List of sponsors and their official ranks.) Cheng. Peking, Li-pai szu. 
1613. Reverse of 1109. 

102 X 69. 244346/1 (d. 244346/2). 

1111. P'ao-tzu ho k'ai-ch'uang T'ai-ch'ing hung pei 

(History of the founding of the Taoist T'ai-ch'ing Temple, KU CH'I- 
YiJAN.) Chuan, hsing: LO SZU-KUNG and CHIANG YUN-I. 
Hopeh, P'ao-tzu ho. 1613. 

151 X 69. 244463. 

1112. [Su fu k'o Ch'un-hua t'ieh erh pa] 

(Two colophons re: Sung rubbings of the Ch'un-hua t'ieh.) Eldest son 
of Prince HSIEN, and CHANG HO-MING. Cheng (a-b), hsing (c-d). 
Hsi-an. 1621 (a-b), 1616 (c-d). 

Four sheets: 25 x 33. 245521 a-d. 

Weng Fang-kang (2), 2/23a-32a. 

1113. Chiu-t'a Wang Mo-chieh wang-ch'uan t'u 



266 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Scenes of Wang-ch'uan.) WANG WEI, art. Various styles, PU 
SHIH, engr. Lan-t'ien hsien, Wang Wei Shrine. 1617. Copy by KUO 
SHIH-YUAN from KUO CHUNG-SHU painting/rubbing from 
YANG PO-FU coUection. KUO SOU-LIU, tracer. 

Scroll: 31 x 924. 116203. Early Ch'ing rubbing. Note by SHEN 
KUO-HUA. Colophons by YANG PO-FU and KUO SOU-LIU. See 
WANG TING, colophon, rubbing 245473 f. A later copy appears in 
1114. 

1114. Wang Mo-chieh wang-ch'uan t'u 

(Scenes of Wang-ch'uan.) WANG WEI, art. Shensi, Lan-t'ien hsien, 
Wang Wei Shrine. 1617. 

Ten sheets: about 31 x 102. 245472 a-j. A late Ch'ing rubbing. lUus. 

An earlier Ch'ing rubbing of the same stone appears in 1113. 

1115. [Hsii I-so chia-hsiin pei] 

(Family instruction.) HSU I-SO. Hsing: TUNG CH'I-CH'ANG. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1617. Colophon by TUNG CH'I-CH'ANG. 

164x84. 245475. 

1116. [Ch'en Ying-chii chu-tsao teng-p'en i tsun chi\ 

(Inscription from a Ksitigarbha votive offered by CH'EN YING- 
CHU.) Cast-iron lamp support from temple. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1618. 
Object in FMNH. 

8x30. 120256/1. 

1117. Chang Tzu-hsi ming 

(Essay.) CHANG TZU-HSI. Cheng: YIN CHUNG. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1618. Footnote by YIN CHUNG. 

59x93. 245227. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS S67 

i: 



LI 18. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 



(Establishment of mosque in Fu-ch'eng, 1605, founded by LI 
SHOU-CHIN, TUNG YING-YUAN et al. Describes spread of 
Islam in China beginning with the Sui Dynasty.) SHIH SAN-WEI. 
Cheng: MA LUNG-T'U. Hopeh, Fu-ch'eng. 1624. Border motif of 
dragons and clouds. 

23 X 22 (head), 16 x 80 (text). 244354a-b. 

1119. Lai-fu ming 

(Mosque inscription.) Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 1624. 
170x62. 244760/a. Obverse of 1120. 

1120. Lai-fu ming pei-yin 

(Names of donors.) Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 1624. Reverse of 
1119. 

157 X 62. 244760b. 

1121. K'uei-hsing hsiang-tsan 

(Eulogy and portrait of K'uei-hsing.) LI KUANG-HUI, art. Cheng: 
LI KUANG-HUI. Shensi, Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1624. Tablet 
erected by HSIAO WEN-CHUNG. 

76x38. 244823 (d. 116433). 

1122. Wen-ch'ang ti-chiin hsiang-tsan 

(God of Literature on horseback; eulogy.) Cheng: LI KUANG-HUI. 
PU HSIANG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1624. 

ScroU: 38x77. 116436 (244812). 

1123. Pai-i ta-pei wu-yin hsin t'o-lo-ni ching {chi hua-hsiang] 



268 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Kuan-yin portrait and sutra erected by SUN CHI-SHENG.) LI 
KUANG-HUI, art. Cheng: LI KUANG-HUI. CHAO PI, engr. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1625. 

Scroll: 58x34. 116408 (d. 244806). 

1124. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Record of establishment of a mosque in Hsi-an.) FENG TS'UNG- 
WU. Chuan and cheng: MA CHAO-HSI and K'O HSI-KUO. Hsi-an. 
1626. 

210x70. 245201a. 

1125. [Miao-chung ming-wen] 

(Inscription bearing the date, Ch'ung-chen, first year.) Cast-iron 
bell. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1628. Object in FMNH. 

20x8.120215. 

1126. Huang Ming sheng-yii 

i B^ I? i^ 

(Imperial edict of a public admonition re: personal responsibility 
and conduct toward family and society.) Hsing: I LAI-FU. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1629. Accompanied by song by WEN CH'UN. 
Tablet erected by WEN TZU-CHIH. 

26x135.245476. 

1127. T'ien-ch'eng lan-jo ch'ung-hsiu she-li pao-t'a chi 

(Restoration of a sarlra-stupa by a monk, JU-FANG.) Cheng. N.E. 
of Peking, P'an-shan, T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1631. Cloud motif on border. 
Obverse of 1128. 

181x81. 244256a-b. 

1128. Shang-shan k'un-ying 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS SM 

("Loving good deeds is in the beautiful nature of women"; list of 
contributors, mostly women, to the restoration of T'ien-ch'eng Tem- 
ple.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1631. 
Reverse of 1127. Cloud motif on border. 

50 X 28 (head), 180 x 78 (text). 244255. 

1129. Ku T'ien-ch'eng szu ch'ung-hsiu she-li pao-t'a chi 

(Restoration of a sarlra-stiipa in the ancient T'ien-ch'eng Temple; 
praise to JU-FANG, a monk who accomplished the restoration.) 
CHENG YUAN-FANG. Cheng: CHU NAN-KENG. LI YIN-PIN. 
tracer. CHANG WEN-HSIAO, engr. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, 
T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1631. Obverse of 1130. 

55 X 49 (head), 184 x 78 (text). 244259a-b. 

1130. [Ku T'ien-ch'eng szu ch'ung-hsiu she-li pao-t'a pei-yin] 

*5i ^ i*,^ i i'i t M ^- it^^ i^ 

(List of contributors to restoration of T'ien-ch'eng Temple.) Cheng. 
N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1631. Reverse of 1129. 

181 X 80. 244258. 

1131. T'ang tz'u chi-shih 

(Restoration of the T'ang shrine hall of Emperor T'AI-TSUNG.) 
FAN WEN-KUANG. Cheng: FAN WEN-KUANG. Shensi, Wu- 
kung hsien. 1632. Includes portrait of T'AI-TSUNG, and footnote in 
hsing by FAN WEN-KUANG. 

168x64. 245214. 

Wu Shu-shan (1), 30/32-34 (t,c). 

1132. K'o li-pu cha-fu pei 

(Official order from Board of Rites re: nomination of MA WEI-LO 



270 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

as Chief Priest of Hsin-hsing fang Mosque, Hsi-an.) Cheng: MA 
WEI-YIN. PU TA-CH'ING, engr. Hsi-an. 1637. Tablet erected by 
CHIA PING-SHEN et al. 

40 X 82 (head), 173 x 85 (text). 245498. 

1133. Shih-szu t'ang Ming ku hsien tsu Ma kung hui Shih {ts'an- 
pei] 

(Tombstone inscription to MA SHIH.) Cheng. Hopeh, P'ing-ku 
hsien. 1638. 

80x55.244514. 

1134. [Tz'u tu-shih Szu-ch'ang shih shih-k'o] 

(Poem to General YANG SZU-CH'ANG.) Emperor I-TSUNG. Ts'ao: 
Emperor I-TSUNG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1639. Obverse of 
1135. 

123x70. 245461. 

1135. [T'ang Shao-yao shih Ch'ung-chen yii-tz'u Szu-ch'ang shih] 

(Note re: a poem presented by Emperor I-TSUNG to General YANG 
SZU-CH'ANG.) T'ANG SHAO-YAO. Cheng: T'ANG SHAO-YAO. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1640. Reverse of 1134. 

115x67. 245494. 

1136. Ch'ung-hsiu P'an-shan Li Ching an pei-chi 

(Restoration of the temple honoring LI CHING, a high official of 
T'ang.) LU SHENG-K'AI. Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan- 
sung szu. 1640. Obverse of 1137. 

42 X 31 (head), 270 x 88 (text). 244283a-b. 

1137. [Ch'ung-hsiu Li Ching an pei-chi pei-yin] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 271 

(Contributors to restoration of a temple honoring LI CHING.) 
Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. (1640). Reverse of 
1136. 

290 X 104. 244282a-b. 

1138. Ch'ung-hsiu Li Ching an chi 

(Restoration of a shrine honoring LI CHING, a high official of 
T'ang.) LU YUAN-CH'UNG. Chuan, cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 
shan, Wan-sung szu. 1640. 

44 X 32 (head), 276 x 87 (text). 244284a-b. 

1139. [Ch'ung-li chih-sheng hsiang chi shih-k 'o] 

(Restored portrait of Confucius, with inscription by HAN KUO- 
CHIH and part of the Ch'ien-tzu-wen.) Cheng. Szechwan, Chengtu, 
Confucius Temple. 1640. (Han statement only). 

45 x 46 (a), 61 x 61 (b). 244901. 

P'an Shih-t'ung (1), 41, Chin-shih, 28-29 (t,c). 

1140. Fei Wen-yii mu Wang Yu-chiin Sheng-chiao hsii-pa 

t it i^ ^ i ;^ ? ^s' *!i J? Jl 

(Colophon following a FEI WEN-YU text written in the style of 
WANG HSI-CHIH from the Sheng-chiao hsil.) WEN HSIANG- 
FENG. Cheng: WANG YUN-LIEN. CHAO PI, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1642. 

28 X 68. 245233. 

1141. Huang Ming Ch'eng-i Chen-yang Tseng hung mu 

(Epitaph of TSENG CHEN-YANG.) Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan 
Suburb. 1642. Tablet erected by his two sons, TSENG JO-LUNG 
and TSENG JO-FENG. Considered earliest tomb tablet with 
Chinese inscription to have been discovered in Taiwan. 

73 X 53. 264202. Made by M. K. STARR in 1960, Taiwan. 



272 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Huang Tien-ch'iian (1), 6/762. 

1142. [Ch'ih-tz'u Shan-kuo szu ch'eng-ch'iian pei-yin] 

(The upper part, dated Ch'ing, refers to two copper vessels donated 
to Shan-kuo Temple, lists the purchase of a residence near the tem- 
ple, and gives the names of the donors. The lower part, dated Ming, 
refers to five regulations concerning the temple property, etc.) 
Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1643 and 1660. Possibly the reverse of 
960, and added later. 

194 X 120. 244236/1 (d. 244236/2). 

1143. Hai-shan ti-i [shih-k'6\ 

(Four characters indicating the best view of sea and mountain from 
Hai-yin Temple.) Cheng: LU JO-T'ENG. Fukien, Chin-men, Hai-yin 
szu, T'ai-wu shan. 1661. 

Four sheets, each bearing one character: 48 x 154 (a,b,c) 48 x 9 (d). 
264203a-d. Made by M. K. STARR, Taiwan, 1960. 

Hsii Ju-chung (1), 35, 192. 

1144. Huang Ming chien-kuo Lu ivang k'uang-chih 

js:, ti/i ^ l5X| ■<s> -X Xm ^j^ 

(Epitaph of LU WANG, Chien-kuo of the Ming dynasty.) CHU 
SHU-KUEI. Cheng. Taiwan, Taipei, National Historical Museum. 
Border motif of dragons. 1663. Tablet discovered in 1959 at Ch'ing- 
shan, east of Quemoy. 

59x 42. 264204/1 (d. 264204/2). Illus. 

Mao I-po (1). 

1145. Huang Ming Shih-ching Cheng shih tsu-fen [.?] chih-ming 

(Memorial in ancestral cemetery of the CHENG family re: reburial 
of ancestors' remains.) CHENG CHING. Cheng. Fukien, Wu- 
chiang. 1676. Dragon motif on border. 

60x36. 264205. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 278 

SHALA AND CHENG-FU SZU CEMETERIES 

Shala (Cha-la[n] <)"#^ ) Cemetery, situated just outside P'ing- 
tse-men -^I'Jf^ (Fu-ch'eng-men -l-MfT ) is the oldest 
Catholic burial ground in Peking. The land was originally presented 
to the Jesuits by the Wan-li Emperor in 1610 as a place of entomb- 
ment for Father Matteo Ricci.' 

In 1654 the Shun-chih Emperor donated another piece of land as a 
burial ground to Father Adam Schall von Bell. This is confirmed by 
an inscription erected by Schall in 1666 (see entry 1 148) when he had 
a chapel dedicated to the Holy Virgin built there.^ These two parcels 
of land were joined together in 1708 to become Shala Cemetery. 

Another site a few miles beyond Shala was bought by the French 
Jesuits around 1732 to serve as both a country residence and burial 
ground.^ This became the second Catholic cemetery, named after the 
village it was situated near, Cheng-fu szu _Ji ^^ ^ . Repairs upon it 
occurred in 1777, and again in 1863. During the Boxer uprising, 
both Shala and Cheng-fu szu were badly damaged. 

Apparently the rubbings listed here were made after the 1900 
uprisings, and following repairs on the two cemeteries. Inscriptions 
from the tombstones appear in both Chinese and Latin, with the 
titles only in Chinese. Border designs on the stones were, in many 
instances, omitted on the rubbings. Two handwritten maps which 
accompanied this collection when it was obtained by Dr. Laufer are 
here reproduced as a key to the location of each stone. These maps 
pertain only to the rubbings from these cemeteries. Pertinent en- 
tries carry references to the numbers given on these maps, i.e., Map 
ref. 1 in entry 1147. Other maps may be found in Favier (1), 206: 
Hubrecht (1), 386-387; and Cordier (1), 1029ff. An early description 
of Shala Cemetery is given in d'Elia (1), II, 618ff. 

Regarding the present state of preservation of the cemeteries, the 
French embassy in Peking reported in 1968: "En 1956, les tombes 
de ces deux cimetieres ont ete transferees au lieu dit Hsi-pei-wan, 
qui se trouve au nord-ouest du Palais d'Ete. A I'epoque, ces 
transferts avaient etes operes avec le plus grand soin: mais les steles 
ne peuvent etre visitees actuellement, car Hsi-pei-wan se trouve 
dans une zone interdite aux etrangers, et nous n 'en poss^ons pas 
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TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 275 

SHALA 

1146. 

A. [Tung shih-cho mien hua-wen] 

(Decorated stone table top for ceremonial services; east.) 
50 X 48 (a), 27-29 x 60-61 (b-e). 244361a-e. 

B. [Cheng-chung cho-mien hua-wen] 

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(Decorated stone table top for ceremonial service; middle.) 
98 X 205. 244361f. 

C. [Cheng-chung cho-tso hua-wen] 

(Decorated stand of stone table; center.) 

28x161. 244361g. 

D. [Cheng-chung cho-pien hua-wen] 

(Decorated side of stone table; center.) 
14x210. 244361h. 

E. [Cheng-chung chu-t'ai hua-wen i-tui] 

(Pair of ornamental stone candlesticks; center.) Cranes, deer, pines, 
flowers. 

27-44x42-58. 244361i-j. 

F. [Cheng-chung hsiang-lu hua-wen] 

(Decorated stone censer; center.) Deer, pine trees, flowers. 
114x110. 244361k. 



276 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

G. [Tung chu-t'ai hua-wen i-tui] 

(Pair of ornamental stone candlesticks; east.) 

31-65 X 31-45 (1, a-c), 33-68 x 37-43 (m, a-c). 2443611-m. 

H. [Pei-tso hua-wen] 

(Decorated stand of tombstone tablet no. 16.) Cranes, deer, pines. 
31 X 69. 244361n. - > 

I. [Pei-tso hua-wen] 

(Decorated stand of tombstone no. 13.) Flowers. 
37x84. 2443610. 

J. [Nei-men hsi hua-wen] 

(Inner west decorated stone gate.) Clouds, dragons, flowers. 
63 X 61. 244361p-t. 

K. [Nei-men tung hua-wen] 

(Inner east decorated stone gate.) 
61 X 62. 244361u-y. 

L. [Wai-men hsi hua-wen] 

(Outer west decorated stone gate.) 
61x63. 244361a/l-e/l. 

M. [Wai-men tung hua-wen] 
(Outer east decorated stone gate.) 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 277 

61x60. 244361f/l-j/l. 

1147. [Inc.]: DOM et virgini dei parenti Missionis Sinensis pro- 
tectrici. . . 

(Rebuilding of chapel.) Latin. 1730. Map ref. 1. 

110x62. 244363. 

Planchet (1), 136. 

1148. Seng mu tang de ilibuha bei gisun 

(Imperial gift of land by Emperor SHUN-CHIH to JOHANN 
ADAM SCHALL to be used as a cemetery for priests.) Text in both 
Chinese and Manchu. 1660. Map ref. 2. 

126x61. 244362. lUus. 

Vath (1), 200 (t). 

1149. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chia kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PAUL CHIA K'O-HSING, S.J. (1740-1774). Map 
ref. 3. 

107 X 53. 244364. 

Cordier (1), 88. Dehergne (1), 135. Pfister (1), 440. Planchet (1), [not 
mentioned]. 

1150. Yeh-su-hui Hsu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. IGNATIUS HSU LI-CHENG, S.J. (1697-1757). 
Map ref. 4. 

24 X 18 (head), 106 x 62 (text). 244365. 

Cordier (1), 85? Dehergne (1), 127. Pfister (1), 416. Planchet (1), 145. 

1151. Yeh-su-hui hsiu-shih Li kung chih mu 

Tombstone of Fr. LI PO-MING, S.J. (FERDINANDO MOGGI, 

1684-1761). Map ref. 5. 



278 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

16 X 15 (head), 88 x 62 (text). 244366a-b. 

Cordier (1), 84. Dehergne (1), 177. Pfister (1), 313. Planchet (1), 153. 

1152. Yeh-su-hui hsiu-shih Lo kung chih mu 

Tombstone of Fr. LO CH'I-MING, S.J. (MANUEL DE MATTOS, 
1725-1764.) Map ref. 6. j 

17 X 16 (head), 98 x 62 (text). 244367a-b. ^ 
Cordier (1), 83. Dehergne (1), 170. Pfister (1), 399. Planchet (1), 191. 

1153. Yeh-su-hui-shih Shen kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SHEN TUNG-HSING, S.J. (JOSEPHUS 
SARAIVA, 1709-1766). Map ref. 7. 

13 X 18 (head), 104 x 61 (text). 244368a-b. 

Cordier (1), 81. Dehergne (1), 240. Pfister (1), 336. Planchet (1), 157. 

1154. Szu-to Wu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. WU JO-HAN (JOHANNES A REMEDIIS, 
1764-1793). Map ref. 8. 

19 X 18 (head), 109 x 62 (text). 244369a-b. 

Cordier (1), 80. Planchet (1), 210. 

1155. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHANG SHU, S.J. (INACIO FRANCISCO, 
1725-1792). Map ref. 9. 

26 X 18 (head), 102 x 62 (text). 244370a-b. 

Cordier (1), 401. Dehergne (1), 100. Pfister (1), 77. Planchet (1), 198. 

1156. Sheng Fang-chi-ko hui Fang kung chih mu 
Tombstone of P. FANG FANG-CHI-KO, O.F.M. (FRANCESCO 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 279 

MAGIDA DERVIO, 1785). Map ref. 10. 
40 X 22 (head), 154 x 70 (text). 244371a-b. 
Cordier (1), 49. Planchet (1), 240. 270. 

1157. Yeh-su-hui-shih Lu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LU CHUNG-HSIEN, S.J. (JOHANNES 
WALTER, 1708-1759). Map ref. 11. 

28 X 23 (head), 128 x 67 (text). 244372a-b. 

Cordier (1), 75. Dehergne (1), 296. Pfister (1), 367. Planchet (1), 208. 

1158. Yeh-su-hui-shih Ai kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. AI JO-HAN, S.J. (JOHANNES SIMONELLI, 

1714-1786). Map ref. 12. 

109x62. 244373. 

Cordier (1), 71. Dehergne (1), 254 (1714-85). Pfister (1), 374. Planchet 
(1), 187 (1715-85). 

1159. Yeh-su-hui-shih Liu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PAULUS LIU PAO-LU, S.J. (1742-1791). Map ref. 
13. 

21 X 19 (head), 109 x 55 (text). 244374a-b. 

Cordier (1), 69. Dehergne (1), 151. Pfister (1), 422. Planchet (1), 231. 

1160. Yeh-su-hui-shih Wu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. WU CHIH-FANG, S.J. (BARTOLOMEU DE 
AZEVEDO, 1718-1745). Map ref. 14. 

19 X 21 (head), 122 x 62 (text). 244375a-b. 

Cordier (1), 68. Dehergne (1), 19. Pfister (1), 381. Planchet (1), 193. 

1161. Yeh-su-hui-shih Kao kung chih mu 



280 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Tombstone of P. KAO CHIA-LO, S.J. (CARLOS DE REZENDE, 
1664-1746). Map ref. 15. 

27 X 21 (head), 26 x 62 (text). 244376a-b. 

Cordier (1), 67. Dehergne (1), 214. Pfister (1), 213. Planchet (1), 194. 

1162. Yeh-su-hui-shih Ch'en kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CH'EN SHAN-TS'E, S.J. (DOMINGOS 
PINHEIRO, 1688-1748). Map ref. 16. 

22 X 19 (head), 130 x 65 (text). 244377a-b. 

Cordier (1), 66. Dehergne (1), 204. Pfister (1), 318. Planchet (1), 188. 

1163. Yeh-su-hui-shih chu-chiao So kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SO CHIH-NENG, S.J. (POLICARPO DE 
SOUZA, 1697-1757). Map ref. 17. 

156x81. 244378. 

Cordier (1), 68. Dehergne (1), 259. Pfister (1), 320. Planchet (1), 229. 

1164. Yeh-su-hui-shih T'ang Jo-wang chih mu 

Tombstone of P. T'ANG JO-WANG, S.J. (JOHANN ADAM 
SCHALL, 1591-1666). Map ref. 18. 

173x83.244379. 

Cordier (1), 50. Dehergne (1), 241. Pfister (1), 49. Planchet (1), 
223-224. Vath (1), 347. 

1165. Sheng Fang-chi-ko hui-shih Yeh kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. YEH TSUNG-HSIAO OU-SE-PI-A, O.F.M. 
(EUSEBIUS A CITTADELLA PATAVI, 1716-1785). Map ref. 19. 

18 X 23 (head), 135 x 64 (text). 244380a-b. 

Cordier (1), 57 ("Acifiadeila"). Planchet (1), 199. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 281 

1166. Yeh-su-hui-shih Jen kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. JEN CHUNG-TAO, S.J. (GIACOMO ANTONINI, 
1701-1739). Map ref. 20. 

32 X 21 (head), 108 x 69 (text). 244381a-b. 

Cordier (1), 59. Dehergne (1), 14. Pfister (1). 348. Planchet (1), 184. 

1167. Wei-tseng chiieh-hui hsiu-shih Fu kung chih mu 

^.iit -^ ^ i'l- ± .^ i:: ^. S 

Tombstone of P. FU TO-MING-0, CM. (DOMINGOS JOAQUIM 
FERREYRA, 1758-1824). Map ref. 21. 

20 X 15 (head), 108 x 61 (text). 244382a-b. 

Cordier (1), 63. Planchet (1), 152. Van den Brandt (1), 23. 

1168. Yeh-su-hui-shih Hsii kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. HSU JIH-SHENG, S.J. (TOME PEREYRA, 
1645-1708). Map ref. 22. 

105 x 74. 244383. 

Cordier (1), 46. Dehergne (1), 200. Pfister (1), 142. Planchet (1), 227. 

1169. Yeh-su-hui-shih P'ang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PANG CHIA-PIN, S.J. (CASPAR CASTNER, 
1665-1709). Map ref. 23. 

15 X 17 (head), 87 x 62 (text). 244384. 

Cordier (1), 45. Dehergne (1), 49. Pfister (1), 220. Planchet (1), 172. 

1170. Yeh-su-hui-shih Su kung chih mu 



Tombstone of P. SU LIN, S.J. (JOSE SUAREZ, 1656-1736). Map 
ref. 24. 

108x61. 244385a-b. 

Cordier (1), 40. Dehergne (1), 256. Pfister (1), 161. Planchet (1), 182. 



282 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1171. Yeh-su-hui-shih Kao kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. KAO SHEN-SZU, S.J. (JOSE D'ESPINHA, 
1722-1788). Map ref. 25. 

21 X 17 (head), 136 x 61 (text). 244386a-b. 

Cordier (1), 39. Dehergne (1), 83. Pfister (1), 396. Planchet (1), 151. 

1172. Yeh-su-hui hsiu-shih Ts'ui kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. TS'UI PAO-LU, S.J. (PAULUS SOEIRO, 
1724-1795). Map ref. 26. 

25 X 29 (head), 128 x 62 (text). 244387a-b. 

Cordier (1), 37? Dehergne (1), 257. Pfister (1), 390. Planchet (1), 203. 

1173. Yeh-su-hui-shih Li kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LI MA-TOU, S.J. (MATTEO RICCI, 1552-1610). 
Map ref. 27. 

16 X 10 (head), 142 x 62 (text). 244388. lUus. 

Cordier (1), 1. Dehergne (1), 219. d'Elia (1), II, 998 (p. 627); II, tav. 
XXV. Pfister (1), 9. Planchet (1), 222. 

1174. To-ming-wo hui-shih Kuo kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. KUO TO-MING, O.P. (DOMINGO CORONADO, 
1664). Map ref. 28. 

111x62. 244389. 

Cordier (1), 11. Planchet (1), 181, 217. 

1175. An Wen-szu hsiu-shih mu pei 

Tombstone of P. AN WEN-SZU, S.J. (GABRIEL DE 
MAGALHAES, 1609-1677). Map ref. 29. 

97 x 61. 244390. 



1 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 283 

Cordier (1), 12. Dehergne (1), 161. Pfister (1), 88. Planchet (1), 183. 

1176. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHANG AN-TO, S.J. (ANTONIO DE 
MAGALHAES, 1677-1735). Map ref. 30. 

25 X 19 (head), 101 x 62 (text). 244391a-b. 

Cordier (1), 13. Dehergne (1), 161. Pfister (1), 275. Planchet (1), 163. 

1177. Yeh-su-hui-shih Nan kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. NAN KUANG-KUO, S.J. (LOUIS PERNON, 
1663-1702). Map ref. 31. 

27 X 24 (a), 101 x 61 (b). 244392a-b. 

Cordier (1), 15. Dehergne (1), 202. Pfister (1), 234. Planchet (1), 189. 

1178. Szu-to Li kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LI PAO-LU, (PAULUS A CRUCE, 1760-1802). 
Map ref. 32. 

24x 17 (head), 116 x 58 (text). 244393a-b. 

Cordier (1), 27. Planchet (1), 192. 

1179. Yeh-su-hui Hsi kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. HSI SHENG-HSUEH, S.J. (CHARLES DE 
BROISSIA, 1660-1704). Map ref. 33. 

25 x 20 (head), 94 x 62 (text). 244394a-b. 

Cordier (1), 25. Dehergne (1), 38. Pfister (1), 229. Planchet (1), 176. 

1180. Yeh-su-hui-shih Teng kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. TENG YU-HAN, S.J. (JOHANNES SCHRECK. 
1576-1630). Map ref. 34. 



284 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

15 X 12 (head), 103 x 62 (text). 244395a-b. Illus. 

Cordier (1), 20. Dehergne (1), 242. Pfister (1), 46. Planchet (1), 169. 

1181. Yeh-su-hui Fan kung chih mu 

Tombstone of Fr. FAN CHI-HSUN, S.J. (PIERRE FRAPPERIE, 
1664-1703). Map ref. 35. 

100x58. 244396. 

Cordier (1), 31. Dehergne (1), 101. Pfister (1), 251. Planchet (1), 185. 

1182. Yeh-su-hui Lin kung chih mu 

Tombstone of Fr. LIN CHI-KO, S.J. (FRANZ STADLIN, 
1658-1740). Map ref. 36. 

27 X 24 (head), 109 x 62 (text). 244397. 

Cordier (1), 36. Dehergne (1), 261. Pfister (1), 280. Planchet (1), 212. 

1183. [Inc.]: Anno domini MDCCXXXIX ab erecta lesu 
societate... 

(Memorial to IGNATIUS LOYOLA, founder of the Jesuit order.) 
Latin text. 1739 (Manchu date: Daicing gurun-i Abkai wehiyehe-i 
duici aniya niyengniyeri ilan biya de ilibuha). Map ref. 37. 

88 X 200. 244398. 

Planchet (1), 141. 

1184. [Inc.]: Sanctis ange[lis] Sinae custodi et servatori... 

(Dedication to Holy Angels by Jesuit fathers in memory of services 
rendered by the "custodian of China.") Latin. 1739. Map ref. 38. Up- 
per part of inscription with dates in Chinese and Manchu missing. 

62x110.244399. 

Planchet (1), 140. 

CHENG-FU SZU 

1185. [Inc.]: Hoc fidei Christianas monumentum... 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 285 

(Record of founding of Cheng-fu szu in 1732 and restorations in 
1777 and 1863.) 1863. 

108 X 32. 244400. 

Planchet (2), 6 gives the location: ". . .sur le socle de la croix en pierre 
qui se trouve au fond de I'allee principale, entre les deux rangees de 
tombeaux." 

1186. Pei-tso 

(Decorated stand of stone table.) Map ref. 11. 
58 X 89. 244401. 

1187. Shih cho-tzu mien 

(Decorated top of ceremonial stone table.) 
107x215. 244402. 

1188. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui hsiu-shih Chu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHU JO-HAN PAO-TI-SZU-TA, CM. (J. BAP- 
TISTA CHU, 1827-1899). Map ref. 1. 

26 X 20 (head), 105 x 62 (text). 244403. 

Planchet (2), 108. Van den Brandt (1), 142. 

1189. Yeh-su-shih Pa kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PA HSIN, S.J. (FR. LOUIS BAZIN, 1712-1774). 
Map ref. 2. 

102 X 62. 244404. 

Cordier (1), 28. Dehergne (1), 28. Pfister (1), 434. Planchet (2), [not 
mentioned]. 

1190. Yeh-su-hui-shih An kung chih mu 



286 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Tombstone of Fr. AN TAl, S.J. (ETIENNE ROUSSET, ? 
1689-1758). Map ref. 3. 

108 X 60. 244405. 

Cordier (1), 25. Dehergne (1), 233. Pfister (1), 306. Planchet (2), 58. 

1191. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Pa kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PA CHIA-LU, CM. (CHARLES PARIS, 
1738-1804). Map ref. 4. 

14 X 14 (head), 97 x 66 (text). 244406. 

Hubrecht (1), 38. Planchet (2), 81. Van den Brandt (1), 15. 



1192. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih I kung chih mu 

i-^ >C -^ 



r^.tif^#± 



Tombstone of P. I CHE-TE, CM. (effaced, Ch'ien-lung period). Map 
ref. 5. 

119x70. 244407. 

Planchet (2), [not mentioned]. Probably the name is to be read Chi, 
and it is the tombstone of P. Jean-Joseph Ghislain (1751-1812). See 
Van den Brandt (1), 14. 

1193. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Wei kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. WEI JO- WANG, CM. (JEAN-LEON TALMIER, 
1815-1861). Map ref. 6. 

13x11 (head), 111x73 (text). 244408a-b. 

Hubrecht (1), 42 (Tahnier). Planchet (2), 83 (gives 1862 as date of 
death). Van den Brandt (1), 146. 

1194. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Yang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. YANG AN-TE-LO, CM. (ANDREAS YANG, 
1803-1862). Map ref. 7. 

74x62. 244409. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 287 

Planchet (2), 89 gives erroneously 1869 as date of death. Van den 
Brandt (1), 104. 

1195. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Cheng kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHENG TZU-KUEI [JO-WANG], CM. (JOHAN- 
NES CHENG, 1815-1866). Map ref. 8. 

12x 11 (head), 110x63 (text). 244410. 

Hubrecht (1), 43. Planchet (2), 84. Van den Brandt (1), 112. 

1196. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Hung kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. HUNG AO-SZU-TING, CM. (AUGUSTIN 
HUMBLOT, 1834-1896). Map ref. 9. 

112x47. 244411. 

Planchet (2), 103. Van den Brandt (1), 200. 

1197. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Chin kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHIN JO-HAN, CM. (JOHANNES BAPT. 
CHIN, 1803-1869). Map ref. 10. 

86x74. 244412. 

Hubrecht (1), 47. Planchet (2), 88. Van den Brandt (1), 74. 

1198. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Lei kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LEI JO-SE, CM. (JOSEPH S ALETTE, 
1852-1891). Map ref. 11. 

20x 16 (head), 119 x 62 (text). 244413a-b. 

Hubrecht (1), 56. Planchet (2), 97. Van den Brandt (1), 250. 

1199. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui chu-chiao Tu kung chih mu 
Tombstone of P. TU SHIH-LIANG, CM. (JEAN-BAPTISTE 



288 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

SARTHOU, 1840-1899). Map ref. 12. 

92x77. 244414. 

Planchet (2), 107. Van den Brandt (1), 218. 

1200. Sheng Wei-tseng chileh-hui chu-chiao Ta kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. TAI CHI-SHIH [TA LI-PU], CM. (FRANgOIS 
AUGUSTIN TAGLIABUE, 1822-1890). Map ref. 13. 

22 X 19 (head), 143 x 60 (text). 244415. 

Hubrecht (1), 54. Planchet (2), 95. Van den Brandt (1), 155. 

1201. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui chu-chiao T'ien kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. T'IEN LEI-SZU, CM. (LOUIS-GABRIEL 
DELAPLACE, 1820-1884). Map ref. 14. 

20x21 (head), 158x65 (text). 244416. 

Hubrecht (1), 52. Planchet (2), 93. Van den Brandt (1), 134. 

1202. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Meng chu-chiao chih mu 

Tombstone of P. MENG CHEN-SHENG, CM. (JOSEPH MAR- 
TIAL MOULY, 1807-1868). Map ref. 15. 

31 X 204 (head), 71 x 191 (text). 244417. 

Cordier (1), 24. Hubrecht (1), 44. Planchet (2), 86. Van den Brandt 

(1), 97. 

1203. Sheng Wei-tseng chileh-hui shih Lo kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LO NI-KO-LAO, CM. (NICOLAS RAUX, 
1754-1801). Map ref. 16. 

92x80.244418. 

Planchet (2), 80. Van den Brandt (1), 13. 

1204. Ch'uan-chiao hui-shih Han kung chih mu 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 289 



Tombstone of P. HAN NA-CH'ING, CM. (ROBERT HANNA, 
1762-1797). Map ref. 17. 

21 X 20 (head), 110 x 63 (text). 244419. 

Cordier (1), 20. Hubrecht (1), 36. Planchet (2), 79. Van den Brandt 
(1). 17. 

1205. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Yang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. YANG FO-LA-WEI-YA-NO, CM. (FLAVIANUS 
GAMBART, 1835-1869). Map ref. 18. 

107 X 76. 244420. 

Planchet (2), 90. Van den Brandt (1), 188 (date of death 1870). 



1206. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih So kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SO FO-LI-SZU, CM. (FELIX SAUPUREIN, 

1834-1874). Map ref. 19. 

13 X 10 (head), 126 x 78 (text). 244421a-b. 

Hubrecht (1), 50. Planchet (2), 91. Van den Brandt (1), 209 (date of 
birth 1835). 

1207. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Ti kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. TI JEN-CHI, CM. (JEAN-BAPTISTE 
THIERRY, 1823-1880). Map ref. 20. 

129 X 68. 244422. 

Hubrecht (1), 51. Planchet (2), 92. Van den Brandt (1), 166. 

1208. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Chang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHANG PO-TO-LU, CM. (PETRUS CHANG, 
1844-1897). Map ref. 21. 

21 X 15 (head), 109 x 62 (text). 244423. 



290 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Planchet (2), 105. Van den Brandt (1), 230. 
1209. [Lung t'u] 



(Dragon ornamentation from tombstone.) 1890. Map ref. 22. 
47 X 186. 244424. 

1210. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Ma kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. MA KO-SZU-MO, CM. (COSMAS MA, 
1834-1890). Map ref. 22. 

119x63. 244425. 

Hubrecht (1), 55. Planchet (2), 96. Van den Brandt (1), 160. 

1211. Sheng Wei-tseng chiieh-hui shih Ch'en kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CH'EN PO-TO-LU, CM. (PETRUS CH'EN, 
1834-1891). Map ref. 23. 

10 X 8 (head), 110 x 63 (text). 244426. 

Hubrecht (1), 58. Planchet (2), 99. Van den Brandt (1), 161. 

1212. Yeh-su-hui-shih Ch'ien kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CH'IEN TE-MING, S.J. (JOSEPH-MARIE 
AMIOT, 1718-1793). Map ref. 24. 

101 X 70. 244427. 

Cordier (1), 11. Dehergne (1), 12. Pfister (1), 392. Planchet (2), 75. 

1213. Yeh-su-hui-shih Wang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. WANG TA-HUNG, S.J. (JEAN-MATHIEU DE 
VENTAVON, 1733-1787). Map ref. 25. 

111x70. 244428. 

Cordier (1), 12. Dehergne (1), 287. Pfister (1), 426. Planchet (2), 73. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 291 

1214. Yeh-su-hui-shih Fang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. FANG SHOU-I, S.J. (J.-F. DIEUDONNE 
D'OLLIERES, 1722-1780). Map ref. 26. 

114x70.244429. 

Cordier (1), 13. Dehergne (1), 190. Pfister (1), 420. Planchet (2), 71. 

1215. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chiang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHIANG YU-JEN, S.J. (MICHEL BENOIST, 
1715-1774). Map ref. 27. 

100 X 62. 244430. 

Cordier (1), 14. Dehergne (1), 30. Pfister (1), 377. Planchet (2), 69. 

1216. Yeh-su-hui-shih Sun kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SUN CHANG, S.J. (ALEXANDRE DE LA 
CHARME, 1695-1767). Map ref. 28. 

90x63. 244431. 

Cordier (1), 15. Dehergne (1), 139. Pfister (1), 324. Planchet (2), 64. 

1217. Yeh-su-hui-shih Sung kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SUNG CHUN-JUNG, S.J. (ANTOINE GAUBIL, 
1689-1759). Map ref. 29. 

106 X 63. 244432. 

Cordier (1), 16. Dehergne (1), 106. Gaubil (1), pi. 6. Pfister (1), 314. 
Planchet (2), 60. 

1218. Yeh-su-hui-shih T'ang kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. T'ANG CHIH-CHUNG, S.J. (PIERRE D'lNCAR- 
VILLE, 1706-1757). Map ref. 30. 

103 X 62. 244433. 



292 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Cordier (1), 17. Dehergne (1), 128. Pfister (1), 361. Planchet (2), 57. 

1219. Yeh-su-hui-shih Sha kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. SHA JU-YU [according to Dehergne], S.J. 
(VALENTIN CHALIER, 1693-1747). Map ref. 31. 

105x61. 244434. 

Cordier (1), 18. Dehergne (1), 52. Pfister (1), 323. Planchet (2), 54. 

1220. Yeh-su-hui-shih Yin kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. YIN HUNG-HSU, S.J. (FRANCOIS-XAVIER 
D'ENTRECOLLES, 1664-1741). Map ref. 32. 

105 X 63. 244435. 

Cordier (1), 19. Dehergne (1), 73. Pfister (1), 242. Planchet (2), 51. 

1221. Yeh-su-hui-shih Pai kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PAI CHIN, S.J. (JOACHIM BOUVET, 
1656-1730). Map ref. 33. 

103 X 62. 244436. 

Cordier (1), 10. Dehergne (1), 33. Pfister (1), 171. Planchet (2), 49. 

1222. Yeh-su-hui-shih Lei kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LEI HSIAO-SZU, S.J. (JEAN-BAPTISTE 
REGIS, 1663-1738). Map ref. 34. 

104x62. 244437. 

Cordier (1), 9. Dehergne (1), 213. Pfister (1), 236. Planchet (2), 50. 

1223. Yeh-su-hui-shih Pa kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. PA TO-MING, S.J. (DOMINIQUE PARENNIN, 
1665-1741). Map ref. 35. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 293 

106 X 63. 244438. 

Cordier (1), 8. Dehergne (1), 195. Pfister (1), 233. Planchet (2), 52. 

1224. Yeh-su-hui-shih Feng kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. FENG PING-CHENG, S.J. (JOSEPH DE 
MOYRIAC DE MAILLA, 1669-1748). Map ref. 36. 

102 X 62. 244439. 

Cordier (1), 7. Dehergne (1), 163. Pfister (1), 269. Planchet (2), 55. 

1225. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chao kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CHAO SHENG-HSIU, S.J. (LOUIS DES 
ROBERT, 1703-1760). Map ref. 37. 

108 X 63. 244440. 

Cordier (1), 6. Dehergne (1), 74. Pfister (1), 346. Planchet (2), 61. 

1226. Yeh-su-hui-shih Yen kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. YEN SHOU-CHIH, S.J. (PIERRE DE LA 
BAUME, 1733-1770). Map ref. 38. 

90x63. 244441. 

Cordier (1), 5. Dehergne (1), 138. Pfister (1), 432. Planchet (2), 66. 

1227. Yeh-su-hui-shih Li kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LI CHUN-HSIEN, S.J. (HUBERT DE 
MERICOURT, 1729-1774). Map ref. 39. 

101 X 63. 244442. 

Cordier (1), 4. Dehergne (1), 174. Pfister (1), 438. Planchet (2), 68. 

1228. Yeh-su-hui-shih Han kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. HAN KUO-YING, S.J. (PIERRE MARTIAL 



294 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

CIBOT, 1727-1780). Map ref. 40. 

110x67. 244443. 

Cordier (1), 3. Dehergne (1), 55. Pfister (1), 419. Planchet (2), 70. 

1229. Yeh-su-hui-shih Ch'ao kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. CH'AO CHUN-HSIU, S.J. (FRANgOIS 
BOURGEOIS, 1723-1792). Map ref. 41. 

111x70. 244444. 

Cordier (1), 1. Dehergne (1), 33. Pfister (1), 430. Planchet (2), 74. 

1230. Yeh-su-hui-shih Lan kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LAN FANG-CHI-KO, S.J. (IGNATIUS LAN, i 
1727-1796). Map ref. 42. ^ 

26 X 22 (head), 109 x 62 (text). 244445a-b. 

Dehergne (1), 143. Pfister (1), 408. Planchet (2), 77. 

1231. Yeh-su-hui-shih Liu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LIU TO-MO, S.J. (THOMAS LIU, 1726-1796). 
Map ref. 43. 

110x63. 244446. 

Dehergne (1), 151. Pfister (1), 387. Planchet (2), 78. 

1232. Yeh-su-hui-shih Liu kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. LIU PAO-LU, S.J. (PAULUS LIU, 1717-1794). 
Map ref. 44. 

108 x 67. 244447. 

Dehergne (1), 151. Pfister (1), 394. Planchet (2), 76. 

1233. Yeh-su-hui-shih Kao hsien-sheng chih mu 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 295 

Tombstone of P. KAO JO-WANG, S.J. (JOHANNES 
STEPHANUS KAO, 1705-1766). Map ref. 45. 

110x63. 244448. 

Dehergne (1), 134. Pfister (1), 330. Planchet (2), 63. 

1234. Sheng Ao-ivu-szu-ting-hui-shih An kung chih mu 

Tombstone of P. AN JO-WANG TA-MA-SE-NO, Aug. discalc. 
(JOHANNES DAMASCENUS SALLUTTI, d. 1781). Map ref. 46. 

165x71. 244449. 

Cordier (1), p. 3755 and no. 29. Hubrecht (1), 27. Planchet (2), 110. 

1235. Yeh-su-hui-shih Chou hsien-sheng mu 

Tombstone of Fr. CHOU JO-SE, S.J. (JOSEPHUS CHOU, 
1672-1762). Map ref. 47. 

19 X 14 (head), 93 x 63 (text). 244450. 

Dehergne (1), 266. Pfister (1), 342. Planchet (2), 67. 

1236. Sheng-chiao hui hsiu-shih Liu hsien-sheng chih mu 



Tombstone of P. LIU MO-ERH-CHUEH, (MELCHIOR LIU, d. 
1782). Map ref. 48. 

92x61. 244451. 

Hubrecht (1), 28. Planchet (2), 112. 



CH'ING 

1237. Liu ching t'u-shuo 

—^ ^Tu. XS^ ^^ 

^ ^ 'Wi ij®J >&yL 

(Illustrations and explanations from six Chinese classics.) Chuan, 
cheng. Kiangsi, Kuang-hsin fu. (Ch'ing). 

Album: 100 faces, 58x28. 119911. Illus. 

1238. \Mo-lo Han shih-ching ts'an-tzu] 

(Fragment of Han Classics.) Li. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Tem- 
ple. Re-cut from 1717 version based upon a Sung rubbing in collec- 
tion of HUANG I. 

26 X 85. 244639. One of set. 

Huang I (1), vol. 1 (t). Wang Ch'ang (1), 16/1-58 (t,c). Weng Fang- 
kang (1), 3/10-19 (t,c). 

1239. Han Ch'ang-li hsien-sheng Fo-ku piao 

(Copy of Fo-ku piao.) HAN YU. Ts'ao: LO CHING, in style of 
WANG HSI-CHIH. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

87x116. 245307. 

1240. [Chang Chao shu shih-ku ko\ 

(Song in praise of the stone drums.) HAN YU. Ts'ao: CHANG 
CHAO. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 



296 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 297 

Four sheets: 40-63 x 110. 244099a-d. 

1241. [Chang Chao shu shih-ku ko pei-wen] 

(Song in praise of the stone drums inscriptions.) HAN YtJ. Ts'ao: 
CHANG CHAO. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. Compare to 1240. 

Four sheets: 234 x 33-114. 244119/la-d (d. 244119/2a-d, 244119/3). 

1242. Chi-nan Liu Shih-ning t'i 

(Essay on the opinion of TUNG 0-YU of Chao State with regard to 
governing the people.) LIU SHIH-NING. Cheng: LIU SHIH- 
NING. Shan-tung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 

62x70. 244711. 

1243. {Wen T'ien-hsiang shou-chi] 

(References to principles of loyalty and filial piety.) WEN T'IEN- 
HSIANG. Cheng: WEN T'IEN-HSIANG. Taiwan, Tainan, Yen- 
p'ing chiin-wang tz'u. 

139x57. 264233. 

1244. [Szu-ma wen kung ko-yen] 

^ .^ :S 1^ ^14 % 

(Maxims of SZU-MA KUANG.) Cheng: P'ING HSIEN. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 

71x69. 245245. 

1245. [Ko-yen] 

ut 

(Maxims.) SUN NENG-K'UAN. Cheng: SUN NENG-K'UAN. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 

37 X 70. 245266. 

1246. [Na-cha chung] 



298 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

hMUt 

(Composition from a Nosatsu tomb.) Li: MANSO[?] MIKANE; 
Ts'ao: KO TAKASHIMA. Japan. 

Scroll: 134 x 49 (R), 117 x 55 (L). 164021. 

1247. [Han Tun-huang t'ai-shou P'ei Ts'en chi-kung pei mu k'o- 

(Memorial to P'EI TS'EN, erected 137 at Pa-li-k'un (Barkoul).) Li. 
KUO LIN-YEN, engr. Shantung, Ch'ti-fu, Confucius Temple. N.d. 
Re-cut from Han stone. 

Two sheets: 26 x 88 (a), 26 x 87 (b). 244631 a-b. See 231 and 1555. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 7/11-14. Weng Fang-kang (1), 14/2a-4a. 

1248. [Mu-k'o Wang Chih-tzu erh ch'iieh] 

(Two memorials to WANG CHIH-TZU, Magistrate of Wen hsien, 
and Lo-yang during Han.) Li. KUO LIN-YEN, engr. Shantung, 
Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. Re-cut from two stone pillars. 

Three sheets: 25 x 88 (a), 26 x 87 (b), 26 x 55 (c). 244638a-c. One of 
set. 

Chavannes (2), 256-258. Huang I (1), vol. 3. Hung Kua (2), 5/25a-b; 
13/6a-7b (pictures and c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 5/22-30. Weng Fang- 
kang (1), 14/4a-9b. 

1249. [Han Suan-tsao ling Liu Hsiung ts'an-pei shuang-kou pen] 

(Memorial to LIU HSIUNG, District Magistrate of Suan-tsao dur- 
ing Han.) Li. KUO LIN-YEN, engr. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius 
Temple. Re-cut from Han stone, TS'AI YUNG, calligrapher. 

Three sheets: 26 x 88 (a), 26 x 88 (b), 25 x 31 (c). 244633a-c. 

Hung Kua (1), 5/15a-18b (t,c). Weng Fang-kang (1), 16/13a-16a (t,c). 

1250. [Han Lou Shou pei ch'ung-mu pen] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 299 

(Epitaph of LOU SHOU.) Li. KUO LIN-YEN, engr. Shantung, 
Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. Re-cut stone by TS'AI TING-PIN from 
re-cut wood by KUEI WEI-KU (Ch'ien-lung reign period). The wood 
was most likely a positive based upon a manuscript from the 
WENG FANG-KANG collection. This was copied from an earlier 
manuscript of a rare Sung rubbing. Original stone dated 174. 

Seven sheets, each about 26 x 88 or more. 244634a-g. 

Chang Chung-hsin (1), 2/6-14. Weng Fang-kang (1), 16/16a-19b. 

1251. [Han Hsia Ch'eng pei ch'ung-mu pen] 

(Epitaph of HSIA CH'ENG of L. Han.) Li. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Con- 
fucius Temple. Re-cut by LIANG KUO-CHIH from manuscript of 
WU SHAN-FU which in turn was based upon an earlier manuscript 
copy of WANG HSU-CHOU which had been taken from various 
earlier manuscripts of a Sung rubbing. Thirty characters added to 
Wu copy by WENG FANG-KANG. TS'AI YUNG, presumed to be 
calligrapher of original stone dated 170. Footnotes by LIANG 
KUO-CHIH. Colophon by WENG FANG-KANG. 

Nine sheets, each about 26 x 87. 244635a-i. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/23-35. Weng Fang-kang (1), 10/7b-22b. 

1252. [Mu-k'o Han Yu-chou tz'u-shih Chu Kuei ts'an-pei] 

(Epitaph of CHU KUEI, governor of Yu-chou during L. Han.) Li. 
Shantung, Ch 'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. Re-cut from a Sung rubbing 
in HUANG I collection. One of set. 

Three sheets: 26 x 86 (a), 26 x 88 (b), 26 x 85 (c). 244637. 

Huang I, vol. 2. Weng Fang-kang (1), 16/5-7. 

1253. [Ch'ung-k'o Sung kou-pen Hsia Ch'eng pei] 

(Epitaph of HSIA CH 'ENG of L. Han.) Stone/wood. Li. Shantung, 
Ch 'ii-fti, Confucius Temple. Re-cut by TS 'AI LIN from Sung rub- 
bing; gives only poetry part. Original stone of 170 was in both prose 
and poetry. 



300 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Three sheets: 26 x 87 (a), 26 x 86 (b), 25 x 32 (c). 244640a-c. 
Wang Ch'ang (1), 13/23-35 (t,c). 

1254. Hei-fan t'ou-ch'eng t'u 

(Scene of 1807 surrender of "Black Barbarians" of Kokonor origin.) 
Shensi, Ch'ang-an hsien, Tz'u-en szu. 

88x242. 245118 (d. 245508, 116477, 116479). lUus. 

Hummel (1), 67. 

1255. Hung-miao kuei-hua t'u 

(Scene of submission of Red Miao in 1740.) Shensi, Ch'ang-an hsien, 
Tz'u-en szu. 

87x233. 245119/1 (d. 245119/2, 116480). lUus. 

Chavannes (1), PL CCCCXLVIII, no. 1028. Hummel (1), 15-16. 

1256. Kuan-yiian jen teng chih-tz'u hsia-ma \pei-wen] 

(Official order at the Ch'ien-men to dismount before passing 
through.) Ch., Mongolian, and Manchu: Geren hafan irgen ubade 
morin ci ebu. Cheng. Peking, Ch'ien-men. 

211x63. 244452. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Taf. 1. 

1257. Kuan-yiian jen teng chih-tz'u hsia-ma [pei-wen] 

(Official order at the Ch'ien-men to dismount.) Tibetan, Kalmuk, 
Djagatai. Peking, Ch'ien-men. See 1256 for Chinese version. 

202 X 63. 244453. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Taf. 1. 

1258. Tao t'ung Wu-ling \pei] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 301 

(Inscription re: a road through Wu-ling.) Hsing. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 

171 X 78. 245244. 

1259. [Poo chit kuan-yiian t'i-ming] 

(List of candidates for office.) Cheng: WANG HUAI-T'ANG. Hsi-an. 
Confucius Temple. 

185x78.245311. 

1260. Hsi-tzu kuei-t'iao 

(Regulations re: the care of scrap paper containing writing.) LO 
HSU. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ting-mao cycle year. Stone 
erected by LI HUNG-TE. 

70x163. 245258. 

1261. [T'ao-p'ing wen-tzu] 

(Inscription reading:^^ £ ^i^f Jl i, YANG KUANG- 
SHENG, the name of a potter from Pei-yao-t'ou.) Clay pottery 
flower pot. Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). 

5x4.119928/1. 

1262. [Shih-k'o t'ung-ching hua-wen] 

(Two dragons amidst clouds; meander design on circular border. In- 
scription on back reads: ^^ pj^ [Ch'ien-lung].) Engraved stone from 
metal mirror. Hsi-an. 

35x36. 118393/1. 

1263. Ch'ung-hsiu Tz'u-yu kung pei-chi 

(List of contributors to restoration of a temple.) Cheng. Taiwan, 
Taipei, Tz'u-yu kung. (Ch'ing). 



802 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

100x146.264224. 

1264. (Tibetan inscription from P'u-t'o Mountain.) Tibetan. 
Chekiang, P'u-t'o shan. 

70 X 67. 244916/1 (d. 244961/2). 

1265. Nan-wu a-mi-t'o fo 

(Homage to Amitabha.) Ch, and Tibetan. Cheng. Chekiang, P'u-t'o 
shan. 

66x79. 244917/1 (d. 244917/2). 

1266. Yii-yang P'an-shan Shao-lin szu an-lien mo-ch'i san tsai pei 

■* Pi M J. ^>^i # * mikn ^ ^it 

(Praise to SHOU-T'ANG, a monk of Shao-lin Temple for his three- 
year-long meditation; list of abbots at temples in P'an-shan.) 
YUAN-Ytf. Cheng: YUAN-YU. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Shao-lin 
szu. (Ch'ing). 

131 X 60. 244297. 

1267. Wen-ch 'ang ti-chiin yin-chih wen 

(Copies from the Taoist texts of the Wen-ch'ang ti-chiin yin-chih wen 
and the T'ai-shang kan-ying chen-ching.) Cheng: HSU CHU-TING. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Keng-tzu year. 

109x59. 245321. 

1268. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu chi 

(Restoration of a mosque.) Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 
139x31. 244762. 

1269. Ch'ing-chen t'ung-chih pei-o 

: I -ifeiL tut tl 

(Record of a mosque.) Cheng. Hopei, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 303 

30 X 72. 244358. 

1270. Ch'ung-hsiu nan-ch'eng Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of mosque in southern Canton with list of donors and 
amounts.) Cheng. Canton. 

136 X 83. 245034. 

1271. (Ayat and short prayer from a mosque.) Arabic. Southern 
Canton. 

Three sheets: 63 x 68, 43 x 96, 21 x 23. 245035. 

1272. (Ayat.) Arabic. Southern Canton. 
Fourteen sheets: 63 x 126. 245043. 

1273. (Ayat.) Arabic. Southern Canton. 
122 X 304. 245044. 

1274. (Ayat from Hsiao- tung-ying Mosque.) Arabic. Fo-shan chen. 
Seventeen sheets approx.: 25 x 70, 122 x 124. 245045. 

1275. (Ayat from Hsiao- tung-ying Mosque.) Arabic. Fo-shan 
chen. 

Fourteen sheets approx.: 32x32, 234x43, 83x82, 120x190. 
245046. 

1276. Pen-szu szu-chih [t'u] 

(Map dehmiting borders of lands belonging to a mosque.) Cheng. 
Shensi, Hsi-an. 

92 X 67. 245558. Probably referring to mosque in entry 1895. 

1277. [Ch'ing-chen szu chu-yiian-jen ming-tan] 

(List of donors to mosque, Hsi-an.) Cheng. Hsi-an. May be part of 



304 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

245555 tablet (entry 1895). 
83 X 24. 245556. 

1278. Al-salam 'alaikum ("Hail to you.") Woodblock. Arabic. 
Szechwan. 

5x2. 117608. 

Laufer (4), 142, fig. 10. 

1279. Tzu-kung chih k'ai \pei\ 

(Two stemzas of a five-character poem relating to the k'ai tree 
planted by TZU-KUNG, hao of TUAN-MU TZ 'U, a disciple of Con- 
fucius.) SHIH JUN-CHANG (Shun-chih reign). Hsing: SHIH JUN- 
CHANG. Shantung, Ch'ti-fu, Confucius Tomb. 

121x65. 244651/1 (d. 244651/2). 

1280. [Fang Chung-p'an shih pei-chi] 

(Poem composed anonymously during a journey to Chung-p'an 
Valley in P'an-shan.) Ts'ao. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan. 

137x62. 244298. 

1281. Chin-chin t'ing ou-yiin 

(Poem composed at Chin-chin t'ing of Wan-sung Temple.) YIN 
CHOU-KAO. Hsing. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. 

45x73. 244291. 

1282. [Ts'ang-ts'ang chu-lin pei\ 

(Poem.) Li. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). 
32x57. 121655/1 (d. 121655/2). 

1283. Sheng chia hsi-hsiin kung fu 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 305 

(Poem in fu style re: a visit to the west by Emperor K'ANG-HSI.) 
LU HUA. Cheng: LU HUA. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

26 X 65. 245268. 

1284. [Cheng Ch'eng-kung shou-chi] 

(Poem.) CHENG CH'ENG-KUNG. Ts'ao: CHENG CH'ENG- 
KUNG. Taiwan, Tainan, Yen-p'ing chiin-wang tz'u. 

106 X 39. 264232. 

1285. [Hsiao shih szu-shou feng sung Hsiieh Weng hsien-sheng] 

(Four-stanza poem praising HSUEH WENG.) TS'AI SHU-YUAN. 
Hsing: TS'AI SHU- YUAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Kuei-szu 
year. 

120x47. 245326. 

1286. Yen-ku t'ang yung-wu shih-k'o 

(Poems.) CH'EN KUNG-YU. Ts'ao: CH'EN KUNG-YU. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 

Four sheets: 29 x 88 (a-c), 29 x 63 (d). 245309a-d. 

1287. Tung-p'o tz'u 

(Poem.) SU TUNG-P'O. Hsing: P'ING HSIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 

36x60.245301. 

1288. Kuei-ch'u lai tz'u 

(Copy made by SHIH-MENG CHAI of the Chin poetical text on 
retirement.) T'AO YUAN-MING. Cheng: Prince CH'ENG 
(YUNG-HSING). MA HUNG-CH'I, engr. Peking. 

29x83. 245113. 



806 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1289. [T'i Yen-t'ing hsien-sheng chii-shih] 

;^fc>5l ^t i: ^ 1^ 

(Note on poems of YEN-T'ING re: chrysanthemums.) WANG 
HUNG. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

25x26.245251. 

1290. [Meng Tsuan-tsu hsieh shih] 

(Poems and copies of Tien-ma fu.) MENG TSUAN-TSU. Ts'ao: 
MENG TSUAN-TSU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ping-yin cycle 
year. 

Four sheets: 25x107, 53 (poems), and 104, 105 ("T'ien-ma fu"). 
245252a-d. 

1291. [Tzu-shu shan mien] 

(Calligraphy on folding fan.) Cheng: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. Obverse of 1292. 

43 X 54. 244859/2a (d. 244859/2b). 

1292. Lu-lu ch'ing-lien t'u 

(Painting of lotus and pair of egrets.) CHIANG KUO-CHUNG, art. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Reverse of 1291. 

43 X 54. 244859/la (244859/lb). 

1293. {Fang Yiian-huan shu] 

(CaUigraphy.) Ts'ao: FANG YUAN-HUAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 

142 X 68. 245328a-b. 

1294. Chiu-ch'eng kung li-ch'iian ming 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 307 

(Fa-t'ieh relating to the "sweet spring" in the summer resort of 
Emperor T'ai-tsung of T'ang.) WEI CHENG. Cheng: OU YANG 
HStJN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Copy of a T'ang stone. 

Seven sheets: 27 x 107 (a-g), 27 x 80 (g). 245260a-g. Illus. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 43/19-29 (t,c). 

1295. [Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei mu k'o-pen] 

(Memorial inscription of an original stone dated A.D. 165.) Li: KUO 
HSIANG-CH'A/TS'AI YUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Tem- 
ple. Either from a re-cut stone by KUNG CHI-SU (Ch'ien-lung reign 
period) based upon a Sung rubbing from the KUO TSUNG- 
CH'ANG, or from a fa-t'ieh in imitation of the KUNG CHI-SU ver- 
sion. The original stone was destroyed in 1555. 

Six sheets: approx. 26 x 88. 24464 la-f. 

1296. [Wei-ch'ang-chien niu pei] 

(Incomplete text on calligraphy.) Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). 
29x53. 121652 (d. 121652/2, 121652/3). 

1297. [Wen hui hu sui shu wen] 

(Incomplete text on calligraphy.) Cheng. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). Object in 
FMNH. 

24x11. 121653/1 (d. 121653/2, 121653/3). 

1298. Shu-p'u [shih-k'o] 

(Text of the Shu-p'u, part of chuan 1, a dissertation on calligraphy.) 
SUN KUO-T'ING. Ts'ao. Object in FMNH. 

28x52. 121650/1 (d. 121650/2, 121650/3, 121650/4, 121650/5). 

1299. Shu-p'u [shih-k'o] 



808 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Text of the Shu-p'u.) SUN KUO-T'ING. Ts'ao. Hsi-an. Continua- 
tion from 1298. Object 121594 in FMNH. 

28x50. 121651/1 (d. 121651/2, 121651/3). 

Goepper (1). Shoseki meihin s5kan, vol. 25. 

1300. Tanjan 

(Two-character calligraphy.) Cheng: P'ING HSIEN. Hsi-an. 
ScroU: 29x55. 116458. 

1301. T'ai hua \pei\ 

(Two-character inscription re: poems engraved at the shrine of an 
eminent statesman.) Cheng, hsing: KAO HAO-LI. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. (Ch'ing). 

165x90. 245261. 

1302. Shen-ying lung-t'an [t'i-pei\ 

(Four large characters referring to a "Divine miracle affecting the 
Dragon Pool," a pool that had never dried up.) Cheng. Peking, Hei- 
lung fan. 

130x71. 244175. 

1303. {Chih-t'ou shu tui-lien] 

#1 11 * f-iM 

(Parallel sentences written with the finger tip.) Hsing: FEI 
CHENG-CHIA. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 

110x43. 244826. 



1 



1304. Sung-ho t'u 



fc«i'=^' 



(Landscape, pinetree, cranes.) Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Keng- 
shen cycle year. CHU CHM, art. Seal of FENG HSIU. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 309 

189 X 79. 244810. lUus. 

1305. Hua-lan 

Alt! 

(Orchid painting and poem.) CHANG HUAN-TOU, auth./art. 
Hsing: CHANG HUAN-TOU. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). One of set; see 1306. 

Scroll: 163x67. 116418. 

1306. [Hua-lan] 

if! 

(Orchid painting with inscription.) CHANG HUAN-TOU, art. 
Hsing. Hsi-an. (Ch'ing). One of set. See 1305. 

ScroU: 150x62. 116450 (d. 244856). 

1307. [Ma Shou-chen hui lan-shih] 

(Two paintings of orchids and rocks.) MA SHOU-CHEN, auth./art. 
Ts'ao: MA SHOU-CHEN. LU YUN-CHUNG, engr. Peking, Shan- 
kuo szu. 

89 X 33. 245569. lUus. 

1308. [T'ang Yin hui lan-shih] 

(Painting of orchids and rocks with poem.) T'ANG YIN, auth./art. 
Hsing: T'ANG YIN. WU HOU-SHENG, engr. Peking, Shan-kuo 
szu. Seal of HSIANG YUAN-PIEN, Ming coUector. 

90 X 32. 245568. 

1309. [Lan-hua shan mien] 

(Orchid painting on folding fan.) Cheng. YAO-PEI, engr. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 

35 X 68. 244860. 
1310. Yu-pi [hua] 



810 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Two bamboo with birds; imperial drawing.) Hsi-an. Name of im- 
perial artist is not given. 

Scroll: 88x48. 116456. 

1311. Kuan-chung pa-ching 

(Eight scenes of Shensi with accompanying poems.) WU T'lNG- 
KUEI, auth./art. Ts'ao, cheng: WU T'ING-KUEI. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 

120 X 33. 244861a-h. lUus. 

1312. Pai-i ta-shih [hsiang\tsan 

(Kuan-yin under a willow; eulogy.) WU TA, art. Chuan: CHANG 
CH'IEN. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 139x54. 116420. lUus. 

1313. Pai-i ta-shih [hsiang] tsan 

(Eulogy, and picture of Kuan-yin holding a child.) CHANG 
CH'IEN. WU TA, art. Chuan. CHANG CH'IEN. Hsi-an, Confucius 
temple. 

72x55. 116404 (d. 244802, 244814). 

1314. Sung-tzu Kuan-yin 

(Kuan-yin in white with child in arms.) SHEN CH'ANG-FAN, art. 
Cheng, chuan. PU HSING, engr. Hsi-an. 

Scroll: 87x69. 116422. 

1315. [Ta-mo tsu-shih hsiang] 

(Portrait of Bodhidharma with text.) CHU CHI-I. FENG HSIU, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 311 

art. Cheng. YANG YU-P'U, engr. Hsi-an. Keng-shen cycle year. 
Scroll: 71 x 45. 116426 (d. 244799). 

1316. Ta-mo hua-hsiang 

iiJf 4ii 

(Standing Bodhidharma portrait.) FENG TIEN, art. Cheng. Hsi-an. 
Chi-szu cycle year. 

Scroll: 60x 38. 116427 (d. 244801). 

1317. [Ta-mo tsu-shih hua-hsiang] 

Ait $Et^1^*fi 

(Portrait of Bodhidharma crossing the swollen Yang-tzu on a reed.) 
FENG TIEN, art. Hsi-an, (Ch'ing). 

Scroll: 56x 35. 116440 (d. 244800). 

1318. [Ta-mo hua-hsiang] 

(Seated Bodhidharma portrait.) FENG TIEN, auth./art. Cheng. 
YANG YU-P'U, engr. Hsi-an. Chi-szu cycle year. 

Scroll: 110x54. 116444 (d. 244798). 



1319. [Ta-mo hua-hsiang] 

(Bodhidharma crossing the Yang-tzu on a reed.) FENG TIEN, art. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. Chi-szu cycle year. 

Scroll: 115x57. 116446 (d. 244821). 

Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin. 46. 1975. no. 2, cover (r). 

1320. Sung ching i-fan 

(Seated CONFUCIUS with TSENG TS'AN. Caption: "How to read 
the Classic [of Filial Piety.]".) CHIN WEN-YU, art. Cheng. Hsi-an. 
Stone erected by YU T'lEN-MAO. 

Scroll: 33x89. 116454. 



312 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^ 

1321. Chih-sheng hsien-shih K'ung-tzu miao t'u 

(Illustrated plan of Confucius Temple.) (Wood) Shantung, Ch'u-fu, 
Confucius Temple. 

105x53. 244708. 

1322. Hsi-tsang ch'iian-t'u 

(Map of Tibet.) Woodblock. Cheng. N.p. 
80 X 52. 233088. 

1323. Chen-wen lieh-shih hsun-ming chi chih erh mo \pei\ 

(Eulogy to WANG CH'ENG-EN, a high palace eunuch who chose to 
commit suicide with his emperor, CH'UNG-CHEN.) Emperor 
SHUN-CHIH. Cheng. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1645. 

133 X 77. 244467. 



CH'UN-HUA PI-KO FA-T'IEH 

Note. The famous Ch'un-hua Pi-ko fa-t'ieh, a collection of early 
autographs, was originally edited by WANG CHU, and carved in 
Ch'un-hua 3rd year (A.D. 992) by order of the Sung Emperor, T'AI- 
TSUNG. The title is a combination of this reign year name, and the 
name of the hall, Pi-ko, which served as a repository for these fa- 
t'iehs carved on wood-blocks. Field Museum's collection is from 
stone re-cut in 1646. The mo-lo artist (tracer) was FEI CHIA- 
SHOU. At the time of purchase, the slabs from which these rub- 
bings were taken were stored in the Confucius Temple of Hsi-an. 
The title entries here follow WANG CHU's original order which 
later reviewers found to be chronologically incorrect in some in- 
stances. References to these criticisms may be found in the Museum 
card file. 

References: Wang Shu (1). Chou Hsing-jen (1). Ch'in-ting ch'ung- 
k 'a Ch 'un-hua ko t 'ieh. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 313 

Li-tai ti-wang fa-t'ieh ti i 
(Calligraphy of emperors of various dynasties.) 

1324. Han Chang-ti shu 

'^ :st -^^ -%- 

Chang-ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 35 (a), 26 x 5 (b). 244475, series 1, a-b. 

1325. Chin Wu-ti shu 

jm >::-V^ ^ -t: 

Ts'ao. 

28x26. 244475, series 1, b. 

1326. Chin Hsiian-ti shu 

^ 3, ^ -% 
Ts'ao. 
Two sheets: 26 x 8 (b), 26 x 5 (c). 244475, series 1, b-c. 

1327. Tung Chin Hsiian-ti shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 28 x 30 (c), 28 x 5 (d). 2AAAlb, series 1, c-d. 

1328. Tung Chin Ming-ti shu 

Hsing. 

27x9. 244475, series 1, d/1. 

1329. Tung Chin K'ang-ti shu 

-^ im llF ^s& :^ 

Ts'ao. 

27 X 12. 244475, series 1, d/2. 



312 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1321. Chih-sheng hsien-shih K'ung-tzu miao t'u 

(Illustrated plan of Confucius Temple.) (Wood) Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, 
Confucius Temple. 

105x53. 244708. 

1322. Hsi-tsang ch'iian-t'u 

(Map of Tibet.) Woodblock. Cheng. N.p. 
80 X 52. 233088. 

1323. Chen-wen lieh-shih hsun-ming chi chih erh mo \pei\ 

(Eulogy to WANG CH'ENG-EN, a high palace eunuch who chose to 
commit suicide with his emperor, CH'UNG-CHEN.) Emperor 
SHUN-CHIH. Cheng. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1645. 

133x77.244467. 



CH'UN-HUA PI-KO FA-T'IEH 

Note. The famous Ch'un-hua Pi-ko fa-t'ieh, a collection of early 
autographs, was originally edited by WANG CHU, and carved in 
Ch'un-hua 3rd year (A.D. 992) by order of the Sung Emperor, T'AI- 
TSUNG. The title is a combination of this reign year name, and the 
name of the hall, Pi-ko, which served as a repository for these fa- 
t'iehs carved on wood-blocks. Field Museum's collection is from 
stone re-cut in 1646. The mo-lo artist (tracer) was FEI CHIA- 
SHOU. At the time of purchase, the slabs from which these rub- 
bings were taken were stored in the Confucius Temple of Hsi-an. 
The title entries here follow WANG CHU's original order which 
later reviewers found to be chronologically incorrect in some in- 
stances. References to these criticisms may be found in the Museum 
card file. 

References: Wang Shu (1). Chou Hsing-jen (1). Ch'in-ting ch'ung- 
k 'o Ch 'un-hua ko t 'ieh. 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 313 

Li-tai ti-wang fa-t'ieh ti i 
(Calligraphy of emperors of various dynasties.) 

1324. Han Chang-ti shu 

Chang-ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 35 (a), 26 x 5 (b). 244475, series 1, a-b. 

1325. Chin Wu-ti shu 

Ts'ao. 

28 X 26. 244475, series 1, b. 

1326. Chin Hsilan-ti shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 8 (b), 26 x 5 (c). 244475, series 1, b-c. 

1327. Tung Chin Hsilan-ti shu 

j±, tt; j::! -xV -*- 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 28 x 30 (c), 28 x 5 (d). 244475, series 1, c-d. 

1328. Tung Chin Ming-ti shu 

Hsing. 

27x9. 244475, series 1, d/1. 

1329. Tung Chin K'ang-ti shu 

Ts'ao. 

27 X 12. 244475, series 1, d/2. 



316 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

S- R % £ ;i +i li ^ 

Li-tai ming-ch'en fa-t'ieh ti erh 
(Calligraphy of famous ministers of various dynasties- A.) 

1343. Han Chang Chih shu 

Ts'ao. 

Five sheets: 26 x 33 (a-d), 26 x 19 (e). 2AAAlb, series 2, a-e. 

1344. Hou-Han Ts'ui Tzu-yii shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 3 (e), 26 x 2 (f). 244475, series 2, e-f. 

1345. Wei Chung Yu shu 

Cheng. 

Five sheets: 25 x 13 (f), 25 x 33 (g-j). 244475, series 2, f-j. lUus. 

1346. Wu Ch'ing-chou tz'u-shih Huang Hsiang shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 25 x 32 (k), 25 x 22 (1). 244475, series 2, k-1. 

1347. Chin ch'eng-hsiang Chang Hua shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 25 x 32 (1), 25 x 22 (m). 244475, series 2, 1-m. 

1348. Chin ch'eng-hsiang Huan Wen shu 

Ts'ao. 

25 X 23. 244475, series 2, m. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 317 

1349. Chin ch'eng-hsiang Wang Too shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 34 (n), 26 x 20 (o). 244475, series 2, n-o. 

1350. Chin ch'eng-hsiang Wang Tun shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 13 (o), 26 x 4 (p). 244475, series 2, o-p. 

1351. Chin chung-shu-ling Wang Hsia shu 

Ts'ao, hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 28 (p), 26 x 24 (q). 244475, series 2, p-q. 

1352. Chin szu-t'u Wang Min shu 

Ts'ao. 

Three sheets: 26 x 9 (q), 26 x 34 (r), 26 x 29 (s). 244475, series 2, q-s. 

1353. Chin szu-t'u Wang Hsiln shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 4 (s), 26 x 13 (t). 244475, series 2, s-t. 

1354. Chin shih-chung Wang I shu 

Ts'ao, cheng. 

Three sheets: 26 x 19 (t), 26 x 33 (u), 26 x 26 (v). 244475, series 2, t-v. 

1355. Chin t'ai-tsai Kao P'ing Hsi Chien shu 
Hsing. 



318 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Two sheets: 26 x 6 (v), 26 x 13 (w). 244475, series 2, v-w. 

1356. Chin shih-chung Hsi Yin shu 

Ts'ao. 

Three sheets: 26 x 20 (w), 26 x 33 (x), 26 x 4 (y). 244475, series 2, w-y. 

1357. Chin chung-shu-lang Hsi Ch'ao shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 2, y. 

1358. Chin shang-shu-ling Wei Kuan shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 11 (y), 26 x 13 (z). 244475, series 2, y-z. 

1359. Chin huang-men-lang Wei Heng shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 10. 244475, series 2, z. 

1360. Chin t'ai-fu Ch'en chiin Hsieh An shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 4 (z), 26 x 26 (al). 244475, series 2, z-al. 

1361. Chin san-ch'i ch'ang-shih Hsieh Wan shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 6 (al), 26x 17 (bl). 244475, series 2, al-bl. 



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TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 319 

Li-tai ming-ch'en fa-t'ieh ti san 
(Calligraphy of famous ministers of various dynasties-B.) 

1362. Chin t'ai-wei Yii Yiian-liang [Yii Liang] shu 






^%iPs^^^[P^^t . 



Hsing. 

26 X 23. 244475, series 3, a. 

1363. Chin Chii-ch'i chiang-chUn Yii I shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 9 (a), 26 x 33 (b). 244475, series 3, a-b. 

1364. Chin t'ai-shou Shen Chia-ch'ang [Shen Chia] shu 

Ts'ao, hsing. 

26 X 17. 244475, series 3, c. 

1365. Chin shih-chung Tu Yii shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 17 (c), 26 x 17 (d). 2AAAlb, series 3, c-d. 

1366. Chin Wang Hsiin [Wang Hsiu] shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 17 (d), 26 x 3 (e). 244475, series 3, d-e. 

1367. Chin Liu Ch'ao shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 14. 2AAAlb, series 3, e. 

1368. Chin san-ch'i ch'ang-shih Hsieh Fan-po shu 



320 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Ts'ao. 

26x 17. 244475, series 3, e. 

1369. Chin huang-men-lang Wang Hui-chih shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 27. 244475, series 3, f. 

1370. Chin Hsieh Chuang shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 5 (f), 26 x 20 (g). 244475, series 3, f-g. 

1371. Chin shih-chung Szu-ma Yu shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 12 (g), 26 x 3 (h). 244475, series 3, g-h. 

1372. Chin Liu Kuei [Liu Kuei-chih] shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 17. 2AAAlb, series 3, h. 

1373. Chin Wang T'an-chih shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 13 (h), 26 x 3 (i). 244475, series 3, h-i. 

1374. Chin Wang Huan-chih shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 30. 2AAAlb, series 3, i. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 321 

1375. Chin Wang Ts'ao-chih shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 13. 244475, series 3, j. 

1376. Chin Wang Ning-chih shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 17 (j), 26 x 8 (k). 2AAAlb, series 3, j-k. 

1377. Chin cheng-hsi szu-ma So Ching shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 26 (k), 26 x 4 (1). 244475, series 3, k-1. 

1378. Chin shih-chung Liu Mu-chih shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 16 (1), 26 x 7 (m). 244475, series 3, 1-m. 

1379. Chin shang-shu Wang Shao shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 19. 244475, series 3, m. 

1380. Chin chii-ch'i chiang-chiin Chi Chan shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 7 (m), 26 x 10 (n). 244475, series 3, m-n. 

1381. Chin szu-t'u Wang Hsin shu 
Hsing. 



822 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

26 X 23. 244475, series 3, n. 

1382. Chin t'ai-shou Chang I shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 13. 244475, series 3, o. 

1383. Chin Lu Yiin shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 3, o. 

1384. Chin Hai-ling Rung hou Wang Sui shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 13. 244475, series 3, p. 

1385. Chin chung-shu-ling Wang T'ien shu 

Ts'ao. 

23 X 10. 244475, series 3, p. 

1386. Chin t'ai-shou Shan T'ao shu 

Cheng. 

Two sheets: 26 x 10 (p), 26 x 20 (q). 244475, series 3, p-q. 

1387. Chin shih-chung Pien Hu shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 12 (q), 26 x 11 (r). 244475, series 3, q-r. 

1388. Chin Hsieh Fa shu 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 323 

Hsing. 

26 X 22. 244475, series 3, r. 

1389. Sung t'e-chin Wang T'an [Wang T'an-shou] shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 3, s. 

1390. Sung chung-san tai-fu Yang Hsin shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 13 (s), 26 x 14 (t). 244475, series 3, s-t. 

1391. Sung t'ai-ch'ang-ch'ing K'ung Lin [K'ung Lin-chih] shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 19 (t), 26 x 20 (u). 2AAAlb, series 3, t-u. 

1392. Ch'i shih-chung Wang Seng-ch'ien shu 

Hsing. 

Three sheets: 26 x 13 (u), 26 x 33 (v), 26 x 25 (w). 244475, series 3, 
u-w. 

Li-tai ming-ch'en fa-t'ieh ti szu 
(Calligraphy of famous ministers of various dynasties-C.) 

1393. Liang shang-shu Wang Yiin shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 26. 244475, series 4, a. 

1394. Liang t'e-chin Shen Yiieh shu 



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324 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 6 (a), 26 x 7 (b). 244475, series 4, a-b. 

1395. Liang chiao-chou tz'u-shih Juan Yen shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 22. 244475, series 4, b. 

1396. Liang Cheng-nan chiang-chiin Hsiao Ch'iieh shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 3 (b), 26 x 7 (c). 244475, series 4, b-c. 

1397. Liang Hsiao Szu-hua shu 

^'K. m\ ^Cl> <"o sg 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 17. 244475, series 4, c. 

1398. Liang Hsiao Tzu-yiin shu 
^^' S 4- ^-i^ :^ 

Cheng. 

26 X 33. 2AAAlb, series 4, d-f. 

1399. Ch'en ch'ao Ch'en K'uei shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 23. 244475, series 4, g. 

1400. Chung-shu-ling Ch'u Sui-liang shu 

Hsing. 

Four sheets: 26 x 10 (g), 26 x 34 (h), 26 x 34 (i), 26 x 27 (j). 244475, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 325 

series 4, g-j. 

1401. T'ang pi-shu shao-chien Yii Shih-nan shu 

Cheng, ts'ao. 

Five sheets: 26 x 6 (j), 26 x 33 (k), 26 x 33 (1), 26 x 33 (m), 26 x 3 (n). 
244475, series 4, j-n. 

1402. T'ang shuai-keng-ling Ou-yang Hsiin shu 

Hsing. 

Three sheets: 26 x 30 (n), 26 x 33 (o), 26 x 30 (p). 244475, series 4, n-p. 

1403. T'ang chien-i tai-fu Liu Kung-ch'uan shu 

Ts'ao. 

Five sheets: 26 x 4 (p), 26 x 33 (q), 26 x 33 (r), 26 x 33 (s), 26 x 9 (t). 
244475, series 4, p-t. 

1404. T'ang Li Yung shu 

Mi-It 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 25 (t), 26 x 9 (u). 244475, series 4, t-u. 

1405. T'ang chien-i tai-fu Ch'u T'ing-hui shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 4, u. 

1406. T'ang shang-shu-lang Hsieh Chi shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 3 (u), 26 x 13 (v). 244475, series 4, u-v. 



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326 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1407. T'ang Ming-chou tz'u-shih Hsu Ch'iao-chih shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 20 (v), 26 x 9 (w). 244475, series 4, v-w. 

1408. T'ang tung-kung ch'ang-shih Lu Chien-chih shu 

Ts'ao. 

26 X 18. 244475, series 4, w. 

1409. T'ang Po Shao-chih shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 6 (w), 26 x 17 (x). 244475, series 4, w-x. 

Chu-chia ku fa-t'ieh [ti\ wu 
(CaUigraphy of ancient masters of various periods.) 

1410. Ts'ang Chieh shu 

•yt -IrT Jtl- 

^ x>n -^ 
Chuan. 
26 X 17. 244475, series 5, a. 

1411. Hsia Yii shu 

Ku-wen. 

26 X 10. 244475, series 5, a. 

1412. Lu szu-k'ou Chung-ni shu 

Ku-wen. 

Two sheets: 26 x 6. 244475, series 5, a-b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 327 

1413. Shih Ch'ou shu 

Ku-wen. 

26 X 9. 244475, series 5, b. 

1414. Ch'in ch'eng-hsiang Li Szu shu 

Chuan. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 5, b. 

1415. Ch'in Ch'eng Miao shu 

Cheng. 

26 X 20. 244475, series 5, c. 

1416. Sung Tan shu 

Hsing. 

Three sheets: 26 x 13 (c), 26 x 33 (d), 26 x 27 (e). 244475, series 5, c-e. 

1417. Wei fu-jen shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 6 (e), 26 x 22 (f). 244475, series 5, e-f. 

1418. Ku fa-t'ieh 

Anonymous. Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 10 (f), 26 x 20 (g). 244475, series 5, f-g. 



1419. Sui ch'ao fa-t'ieh 



828 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26x 13 (g), 26 x 17 (h). 244475, series 5, g-h. 

1420. Sui seng Chih-kuo shu 

Hsing, 

Six sheets: 26 x 17 (h,m), 26 x 33 (i-1). 244475, series 5, h-m. 

1421. Ho shih shu 

Anonymous. Hsing. 

Three sheets: 26x 17 (m), 26x33 (n), 26x 14 (o). 244475, series 5, 
m-o. 

1422. Ts'ai Yen shu 

Hsing. 

26 X 10. 244475, series 5, o. 

1423. Kufa-t'ieh 

Anonymous. Hsing. 

Four sheets: 26 x 10 (o), 26 x 33 (p,q), 26 x 21 (r). 244475, series 5, o-r. 

1424. Seng Huai-su shu 

Ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 26 x 10 (r), 26 x 21 (s). 2AAAlb, series 5, r-s. 

1425. Chang Hsil shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 26 x 11 (s), 26 x 22 (t). 244475, series 5, s-t. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 329 

1426. Ku fa-t'ieh [Yang Hsin] 

Ts'ao. 

Six sheets: 26 x 12 (t), 26 x 33 (u-w), 26 x 10 (x-y). 2AAAlb, series 5, 

t-y. 

Fa-t'ieh ti liu 

1427. Wang Hsi-chih shu i 

Hsing, ts'ao. 

Twenty-eight sheets: 26 x 33 (a-al), 26 x 24 (bl). 244475, series 6, 
a-bl. 

Fa-t'ieh ti ch'i 

1428. Wang Hsi-chih shu erh 

Ts'ao. 

Twenty-three sheets: 26 x 33 (a-v), 26 x 17 (w). 244475, series 7, a-w. 

Fa-t'ieh ti pa 

1429. Wang Hsi-chih shu san 

Ts'ao. 

Nineteen sheets: 26 x 33 (a-r), 26 x 25 (s). 244475, series 8, a-s. 

Fa-t'ieh ti chiu 
1430. Chin Wang Hsien-chih [shu] i 



r-^ 



380 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



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Ts'ao. 

Twenty-four sheets: 26 x 33 (a-w), 26 x 24 (x). 244475, series 9, a-x. 

Fa-t'ieh ti shih 

1431. Chin Wang Hsien-chih [shu] erh 

Ts'ao. 

Twenty-five sheets: 26 x 33 (a-x), 26 x 17 (y). 2AAAlb, series 10, a-y. 

1432. [Meng-man-chung wen chien-li P'u-ching ch'an-lin pei-chi] 

(History of P'u-ching Buddhist Temple built at the request of 
Tibetan lamas.) NING WAN-WO. Ch., Mongolian and Manchu. 
Cheng: YANG CHEN-LIN, BILIKTU, LOMI. Peking, P'u-ching 
ch'an-lin (Huang szu). 1651. Obverse of 1433. 

267 X 109. 244012. 

Franke (4), (t,r). Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 8. 



1433. [Meng-man-chung wen chien-li P'u-ching ch'an-lin pei\ 

(List of persons who took part in the construction of P'u-ching ch'an- 
lin (Huang szu).) Ch., Mongolian and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, P'u- 
ching ch'an-Hn. 1651. Reverse of 1432. 

269 X 109. 244013. 

Franke (4), (t,r). Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 9. 

1434. Ch'ih-tz'u Hu-kuo tz'u-yiin szu chu-ch'ih chu-jen Liao-k'ung 
ho-shang ping t'u Hsin-ju ch'ung-hsiu chi 

(History of a Buddhist temple begun in 1578, of which the name, 
Hu-kuo tz'u-yiin szu was bestowed by imperial order.) SUNG-HSI 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 331 

HUI-AI. Cheng. Peking. 1654. 
211x97. 244464. 

1435. Kuan-sheng chen-chiin hsiang-tsan 

(Seated Kuan Yii portrait with eulogy.) CH'IN CHUN-SHENG. PU 
CHEN, art. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1657. 

Scroll: 41 x 62 (text), 89x 62 (image). 116419. 

1436. [Wang To shu Ch'ien-tzu-chen] 

(One-Thousand Word Maxim.) WANG TO. Hsing: WANG TO. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1658 or 1718. Colophon by LI HUNG-CHU 
who had the stone cut. 

Two sheets: 160 x 33 (a), 43 x 63 (b). 245493a-b. 

1437. [Shang-yii kung-pu ch'ien-tai ling-ch'in li ying yen wei shou- 
hu pei\ , , , _. 

(Imperial edict to the Board of Works re: strict protection of Ming 
tombs and surrounding territory.) Ch. and Manchu. Emperor 
SHUN-CHIH. Cheng. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1659. 

179x116. 244468. 

1438. Huang Ch'ing ch'ih-chien Ming Ch'ung-chen ti pei-chi 

(Eulogy to the Ming emperor, CH'UNG-CHEN by imperial order of 
the Ch'ing emperor, SHUN-CHIH.) CHIN CHIH-CHUN. Hopeh, 
Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1659. 

289x81. 244466. 

1439. Ni-shan yilan t'ieh 

(CoUection of fa-t'iehs.) Various styles: WANG TO. N.p. (1659). 
Three colophons: CHANG CHIN-YEN, KUNG TING-TZU, WANG 



332 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

CHIEH-MAO, son of WANG TO. 
Eighty-one sheets: 27 x 84. 245524a-j. lUus. 

1440. Yii-chih Ming szu-li-chien t'ai-chien Wang Ch'eng-en pei 

ftp M Bfl 5] ,Tt fe * li I * % 1% 

(Eulogy to a Ming eunuch, WANG CH'ENG-EN for loyalty to his 
Emperor.) Emperor SHUN-CHIH. Cheng. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing 
hsien. 1660. 

Three sheets: 127 (top), 96 x 77 (bottom), 26 x 23 (head). 244465a-c. 

1441. [K'ang-hsi yii-pi T'ang chit] 

(T'ang verse in the Emperor's handwriting.) Ts'ao: Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1662-1722). 

28 X 89. 245265. 

1442. [K'ang-hsi yii-pi lin Tung tzu\ 

(Calligraphy in style of TUNG CH'I-CH'ANG.) Ts'ao: Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1662-1722). 

165 X 53. 245409. 

1443. [K'ang-hsi lin Mi tzu] 

(Calligraphy in the style of MI FEI.) Hsing: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1662-1722). 

166x63. 245411. 

1444. [K'ang-hsi t'i-tzu] 

(Three vertical characters re: dedication of Shui-ching t'ang.) Cheng: 
Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1662-1722). 

124x47. 245412. 

1445. [Hsieh Su-su hui lan\ 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 333 



B^tM 



(Two paintings of orchids.) HSIEH SU-SU, art. Ts'ao: HSIEH SU- 
SU. LU YUN-CHUNG, engr. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. Painting dated 
1662. Notes of appreciation. 

88x32. 245567. 

1446. [Chou Chih-kuei hsi fu] 

1^4 M 



(Poem in fu form to the Hon. CHIAO.) CHOU CHIH-KUEI. Cheng: 
CHOU CHIH-KUEI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1664. 

178 X 77. 245303. 

1447. [Chiao weng Chia lao-kung tsu fu Ch'in hsiu-chan yung] 

(Poem praising the Venerable Sir CHIA for building a covered plank 
road along a precipice.) TANG CH'UNG-YA. Hsing: TANG 
CH'UNG-YA. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1664. 

204 X 78. 245323. 

1448. Shan kao shui ch'ang 

(Four characters translated as "High mountain and long water.") 
Cheng: MAO HUI-CHIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1664. 

185 X 76. 244835. 

1449. T'ang Wu Tao-tzu hsieh-i kuan shih yin p 'u-sa hsiang 

(Portrait of Kuan-yin based upon a painting attributed to WU TAO- 
TZU.) CHANG SHIH-HSI, art. Chuan: TSO CH'UNG-YAO. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1664. r^ 

ScroU: 173 x 79. 116405 (d. 244808). 

1450. {Yii pei tsai-k'o] 



334 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Copy of the original inscription of HO CHIH's Tablet of Yii.) 
Variant form of chuan: MAO HUI-CHIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 1666. Colophon. 

205 X 82. 244846 (d. 245318). 

Ch'en Yiin-jung (1), 8/1-4. 

1451. Kung-t'i ta szu-ma tu-hsien Chia ta tsung-shih ta-jen k'ai- 
hsiu chan-tao i-lii 

(Commemoration poem to Master CHIA for building a plank road 
along a precipice.) HSU CHAO-YEH. Hsing: HSU CHAO-YEH. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1666. 

54 X 54. 245232. 

1452. [K'ung-lin ku-kuei pei\ 

(Picture of the old Kuei tree [Juniperus chinensis] at the tomb of 
CONFUCIUS.) Ts'ao. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Confucius Tomb. 1667. 
Footnote by artist, name effaced. 

131 X 56. 244650/1 (d. 244650/2). 



1453. Hsiao-tzu Li Ch'eng chuan 



(Eulogy to LI CH'ENG, a filial son.) TUAN FU-HSING. Cheng, 
hsing: LI CHING-HSIU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1668. 

175 X 79. 245246. 

1454. [Chan-tao ko\ 

(Poetic praise re: the opening of a mountain pass.) LIANG CH'ING- 
K'UAN and WANG YU-CHIA. Cheng, hsing: LIANG CH'ING- 
K'UAN and WANG YU-CHIA. PU HSING, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1668. Tablet erected by CHANG MENG-CHIAO. 

150x76.245248. 

1455. Chen-chiao szu pei-chi 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 335 

(Record of establishment of a mosque.) TING P'ENG. Cheng. 
Chekiang, Hangchow. 1670. 

160 X 23. 244939. 

Vissiere (2), 56-64 (t). 

1456. Ch'ung-hsiu pei-chi 

(Restoration of a Buddha Hall in Ch'ing-feng Temple.) Chuan, 
cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Ch'ing-feng szu. 1671. 

149 X 77. 244280a-b. 

1457. Ch'uang-chien P'an-shan ku Chung-p'an Cheng-fa szu pei- 

(Commemoration re: estabhshment of Cheng-fa Temple, and eulogy 
to TA-T'UAN who founded the temple.) TU LI-TE. Cheng: CH'EN 
T'lEN-CHI. TUNG YIN, engr. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Cheng-fa 
szu. 1675. 

31 X 26 (head), 130 x 61 (text). 244301a-b. 

1458. Ch'uan lin chi cheng tsung ti erh-shih-san tai Liao-tsung ho- 

(List of monks, led by LIAO-TSUNG, and lay followers who erected 
the tablet honoring TA-T'UAN, founder of Cheng-fa Temple.) 
Chuan, cheng. N.E. of Peking, P 'an-shan, Cheng-fa szu. (1675). 

31 X 24 (head), 129 x 62 (text). 244299a-b. 

1459. [Yu-pi] 

(Poem written during imperial journey to Cheng-fa Temple in 
Chung-p'an Valley.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Cheng: Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Cheng-fa szu. 1678. 

28 X 17 (head), 143 x 62 (text). 244300a-b. 



336 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1460. T'ai-tzu t'ai-pao li-pu shang-shu shih Wen-chen Wang 
Ch'ung-chien pei-wen 

Taize taihoo. dorolon-i jurgan-i aliha amban amala iu akdun gebu 
buhe Wang cung giyan-ibei bithe. 

(Imperial eulogy to WANG CH'UNG-CHIEN, canonized posthum- 
ously as WEN-CHEN.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Ch. and Manchu. 
Cheng. Peking. 1679. 

209 X 76. 244033. 

1461. [K'ang-hsi huang-ti ch'ien li-pu shang-shu Wu Cheng-chih 
yii chi Wang Ch'ung-chien wen] 

it a 1 4 Ailih^ * ^iifel^j tit liiX 

(Funeral eulogy presented to WANG CH'UNG-CHIEN by Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI.) Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. (Peking.) 1679. Manchu text 
starts: Howangdi hese ambarame giyangnara hafan dorolon-i 
jurgan-i aliha amban juwe jergi nonggiha U jengj'i be takorafi. taize 
taiboo dorolon-i jurgan-i aliha amban. amala su akdun gebu buhe 
Wang cung giyan. . . 

219x76. 244034. 

1462. Ch'ing-chen szu Chao shih chien-fang ping k'ai-chi yiian-liu 

(Commemoration to the Chao family memorial archway located in 
the synagogue of K'ai-feng, and history of the synagogue.) CHAO 
YING-KUN. CHANG WEN-TE, art. Chuan, cheng. HAN SHANG- 
WU, and CH'ENG TE-YIN engrs. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1679. Dragon 
and cloud motif on border. See 1464, possibly a later duplicate. 

40 X 73 (head), 162 x 73 (text). 245064. 

White (1), II, 96-107. 



1463. Tzu-chu Kuan-yin 



i'TI 



(Kuan-yin behind the bambusa nana; poem.) WANG TZU-YING, 
auth./art. Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple, Pei-lin. 1679. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 337 

Scroll: 92 X 52. 116411. 

1464. Tzu fang shu-ku pei-chi 

(Commemoration re: 9th restoration of K'ai-feng synagogue.) 
Chuan, cheng. K'ai-feng. 1679. Border motif. See 1462, possibly an 
earlier duplicate. 

205 X 72. 245497. 

Ch'en Yuan (1), 9-10. 

1465. Kuan-chung pa-ching 

(Eight scenes of Shensi.) CHU CHI-I, auth./art., Chuan: FENG 
HSIU; Cheng: CHU CHI-I. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1680. Accom- 
panied by poem. Colophon by CHOU WANG-PAO. 

208 X 76. 244847 (d. 116434). Illus. 

1466. Yii-chih Hei-lung fan ch'ung-chien Lung-wang miao pei-chi 

tip « % %l it i ^^l i jTUt 5i 

(Rededication of Dragon King Temple rebuilt by imperial order.) 
Emperor KANG-HSI. Cheng: KAO SHIH-CH'I. Western Hills, 
Hei-lung fan. 1681. 

154x91. 244172. 

1467. Wu-yiieh chen-hsing fu C_^ 

(Pictographs for the five sacred mountains of China.) Cheng. PU 
SHIH, engr. Shensi, Hsi-an. 1682. Compare to 1106, Ming stone. 

124x62. 244121. 

1468. {Chax) Meng-fu yu T'ien-kuan shan shih-kao] 

(First copy of poems.) CHAD MENG-FU. Ts'ao: CHAO MENG-FU. 
PU SHIH, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1682. Note by CHAO 
MENG-FU. Footnote in cheng by WEN CHENG-MING dated 



338 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

either 1493 or 1553. 
134 X 66. 245457. 

1469. [Ta-hsueh Chung-yung shih-k'o] 

(The "Great Learning" and the "Doctrine of the Mean.") Cheng. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1682). Colophon by MA ERH-T'U who 
had the stone erected. 

Two sheets: 187 x 81 (a), 165 x 90 (b). 245458a-b. 

1470. Ta szu-ma hsiin-fu Shan-hsi O kung hsing-fu wu i hsuehpei- 
chi 

(Commemoration to Hon. O K'AI, Governor of Shensi who restored 
five free schools.) CHOU CHIH-KUEI. Cheng: CH'EN TA-CHING. 
PU NIEN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1683. 

129x80.245241. 

1471. T'ai-shang kan-ying p'ien 

(Chapter from the Book of Rewards and Punishment.) Ts'ao: WANG 
TAO-CHEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1683. 

181 X 78. 245200. 

1472. [Kuan-yin hsiang] 

(Kuan-yin votive dedicated by O LO; three seated women and three 
children.) CHU CHUEH, art. Cheng. PU SHIH, engr. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple, Pei-lin. 1683. 

Scroll: 134x66. 116429 (d. 244803, 244818). 

1473. Shan-kuo szu ch'ung-chien pei-chi 

(Restoration of Shan-kuo Temple established in the Liang dyn. 
under the name of T'ang-an.) Hsing. LU CH'ANG, engr. Peking, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 339 

Shan-kuo szu. 1683. Re-cut from two original stones, one of 1672 
written by FENG P'U with calligraphy by FAN SZU-CHING, the 
other dated 1681 written by LI HSIEN-KEN with calligraphy by 
LO WEI-KENG. Colophon by CH'AO TSUNG gives above informa- 
tion. 

43 X 32 (head), 190 x 100 (text). 244237/la-b (d. 244237/2a-b). 

1474. [Ch'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-yin] 

(List of contributors to Shan-kuo Temple.) Cheng. Peking, Shan-kuo 
szu. (1683). Possibly the reverse of 1473. 

154 X 100. 244238/1 (d. 244238/2). 

1475. Pieh-chia Han Kung k 'ao-cheng wei-tz 'u chih pei 

(Conunemoration to HAN PEI-CH 'ENG for correcting sequence of 
tablets at Confucius Temple, Hsi-an.) CHANG HSUN. Chuan 
Cheng: CHIN WEN-YU. PU SHIH, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 1684. 

13 X 45 (a), 131 x 76 (b). 244845a-b. 

1476. Chih-sheng hsien-shih K ' ung-tzu tsan 



Ji~ 



^^ttJL-fl^ 



(Eulogy to CONFUCIUS following a ceremonial visit to his home 
and the Confucius Temple in Ch 'ii-fu. Shantung.) Emperor K 'ANG- 
HSI. Cheng: CHANG YU-SHU. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1686. 

271x113. 244110. 
1477. Yu-chih Wan-shou szu Chieh-t 'an pei-chi 

Han-i araha Wan &eo s 'e giyai tan-i bei gi. 

(Brief history of Wan-shou Temple, and imperial prohibition of any 
disturbance of the holy place.) Emperor K 'ANG-HSI. Ch. and Man- 
chu. Cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t 'an szu. 1686. 

40x29 (head), 230x77 (text). 244204a-b. lUus. 



340 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1478. Hua-pei ts 'ao-mu 4 

(Official proclamation protecting the trees and foliage in the forest 
of P 'an-shan.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan. 1687. Obverse of 
1479. 

24x84 (head), 23x67 (text). 244296. 

1479. Kan-tai wu-chiang 

("To think with unUmited gratitude." List of abbots of the temples 
at P 'an-shan.) Cheng. LIU FANG, engr. N.E. of Peking, P 'an-shan. 
(1687). Reverse of 1478. 

24x23 (head), 79x62 (text). 244295. 

1480. Miao-ying szu pei-wen 

Miyoo ing s 'e-i bei bithe. 

(Restoration of the Pai-t 'a Miao-ying Temple, a Lama monastery 
established in the Liao dynasty.) Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, 
Miao-ying szu. 1688. 

211x74. 244014. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 15. 

1481. Miao-ying szu pei-wen 

Miyoo ing s 'e-i bei bithe. 

(Restoration of Miao-5dng Temple, the Lama temple estabUshed in 
the Liao dynasty in 1096.) Emperor K 'ANG-HSI. Ch. and Manchu. 
Cheng. Peking, Miao-ying szu. 1688. 

219x72. 244015. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 16. 

1482. Ch'ung-chien Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of a K'ai-feng mosque.) WANG T'ING. Cheng: YUAN 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 341 

SHIH-HUNG. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1689. 
205 X 89. 245081. 

1483. [K'ung-men szu tzu tsan pei-wen] 

(Eulogies to four disciples of CONFUCIUS.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. 
Cheng: CHANG YU-SHU. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien, Confucius Tem- 
ple. 1689. 

271x107. 244118. 

1484. [K'ang-hsi yii-pi] 

(Calligraphy.) Cheng: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1693. 

50 X 69. 245413. 

1485. K'ang-hsi shu Lan-t'ing-hsu 

(Handwritten copy oi Lan-t'ing-hsu.) Hsing: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. 
Chekiang, Shao-hsing, 1693. 

376x221.244944. 

1486. [Ch'ung-hsiu P'u-ching ch'an-lin pei-chi] 

(Restoration of the P'u-ching Buddhist Temple by imperial order.) 
Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Ch., Mongolian and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, 
Huang szu. 1694. Manchu text starts: bi gonici. fucihi-i tacihiyan. . . 

263 X 106. 244010. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 10. 

1487. Hsiieh-hsien Wu kung te-chiao ch'ii szu pei 

(Commemoration to WU CHIH-HENG, Chief Official of Education, 
Shensi.) LIU YIN CH'U. Ts'ao: HSU HAN-CHANG in style of 
WANG HSI-CHIH. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1697. 



842 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

180x81. 245242. 

1488. Ning ching chih yiian 

(Four horizontal characters presented to WU HO, Governor-general 
of Szechwan and Shensi.) Hsing: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1697. 

62x195.245410. 

1489. Tu-shu lo 

(Three characters meaning "The pleasure of study.") Prince KUO. 
Hsing: Prince KUO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

57x110. 245419. 

1490. [Li-shan wen-ch'ilan tso] 

(Poem composed at a hot spring in Li Mountain.) Prince KUO. 
Hsing: Prince KUO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

206x75. 245416. 

1491. [Hsi-an tso] 

(Poem re: journey to Hsi-an.) Prince KUO. Hsing: Prince KUO. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

147 X 63. 245417. 

1492. [Hsi-an tso] 

(Poem re: journey to Hsi-an.) Prince KUO. Hsing: Prince KUO. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

156x63.245418. 

1493. Hung-wen hsUan-hua 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 343 

(Four characters praising Confucius.) Prince KUO. Cheng: Prince 
KUO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

60x154.245420. 

1494. [Yiian shang han-shan shih-wen] 

(Poem composed during a mountain trip.) Prince KUO. Hsing: 
Prince KUO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1697-1738). 

144x53.245421. s 

1495. Wang T'ai-pai chi-hsueh 

(Poem re: snow-capped mountain of T'ai-pai.) Prince KUO. Hsing: 
Prince KUO. Hsi-an. (1697-1738). 

129x36.245152. 

1496. Hsii-chung chiin-tzu 

(Bamboo painting with inscription.) CHIA LI, auth./art. Hsing. 
Hsi-an. 1699. 

ScroU: 134 x 72. 116451. Illus. {_ 

1497. Hsiang chieh t'u 

(Painting of orchids and bamboo.) CHIA LI, art. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1700. Note in hsing by CHIA LI. 

ScroU: 132x72. 116431 (d. 244854). Illus. 

1498. T'ai-pai ch'iian-t'u 

(Illustrated plan of T'ai-pai Mountain.) CHIA LI, art. Legends in 
cheng. LI SHIH-LUNG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1700. 
Note in hsing by CHIA LI re: his journey there. 



344 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Scroll: 190x74. 116471 (d. 244851). lUus. 

1499. T'ai Hua ch'iian-t'u 

(Illustrated plan of Hua Mountain.) CHIA LI, art. Legends in 
Cheng. LI SHIH-LUNG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1700. 
Note in hsing by CHIA LI. 

Scroll: 135 x 69. 116470 (d. 244852). 

1500. [T'ai-pai shan tao-yii pei-chi] 

(Prayer for rain at T'ai-pai Mountain.) CHIA LI. Hsing: CHIA LI. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1700). 

159x82. 245243. 

1501. [Fang-po O kung chih pei] 

(Eulogy to Mr. O, Provincial Treasurer.) Three statements, one by 
HSI ERH-TA and PEI HO-NO, one by FAN HSIEN-HSIU, and 
one by T'UNG SHIH-LU, Cheng: T'UNG SHIH-LU. Hsi-an. 1700. 

203 x 79. 245199. 

1502. Mo-ling lit she sung Kuei-chi Chang sheng shih 

(Poem presented to Scholar CHANG during his visit to Nanking.) 
TUNG CH'I-CH'ANG. Hsing: TA LI-SHAN, copied from TUNG 
CH'I-CH'ANG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1701. Colophon by TA 
LI-SHAN. 

217x81. 245275. 

1503. Yii-chih hsiln-ch'ih shih-tzu wen 



rimvm±^-sL 



(Imperial instruction to students.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Cheng. 
1702. 

185x78.245150. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 345 

1504. P'u-t'o Fa-yii szu hsin-chien wan-shou yii-pei t'ing chi 

# ?t it xk 4 iHA m * fiP^t* it 

(Record of pavilion established at Fa-yii Temple for storage of im- 
perial inscription tablets.) T'U TS'UI-CHUNG. Cheng: CH'ENG 
JU-YU. 1702. 

300x117. 244913. 

1505. [K'ang-hsi huang-ti ch'ien li-pu yu-shih-lang Lo Ch'a yil chi 
Wang Hsi wen] 

M. ?.^ t ^ -^m^t i^ t^w%.i% ti % X 

(Funeral eulogy presented by Emperor K'ANG-HSI to WANG HSI, 
President of the Board of Ceremonies, Grand Tutor of the Heir Ap- 
parent, etc.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. (Pe- 
king). 1703. Manchu text begins: Howangdi hese ambarame 
giyangnara ha fan. dorolon-i jurgan-i id ergi ashan-i amban sunja 
jergi nonggiha {Loca?\. . . 

215 X 72. 244032. 

1506. [Che Chin-szu lu] 

(Extracts from Chin-szu lu.) CHU HSI. Cheng: copied by HSU 
CHUN-MIN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1703. 

29 X 66. 245234. 

1507. [Yii-shu ch'in-tz'u nan-hai P'u-t'o Fa-yii ch'an-szu chu-ch'ih 
seng Hsing-t'ung] 

iw * txm ^ % # Pt :i ifi m 4 & # f-f 'tt-^fe 

(Poem composed at Fa-yii Temple.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Ts'ao: 
Emperor K'ANG-HSI in style of MI FEI. Chekiang, P'u-t'o shan, 
Fa-yii szu. 1703. 

118x62. 244915/1 (d. 244915/2). 

1508. Nan-hai Pu-t'o Fa-yii szu pei-wen 

(Imperial tribute to Kuan-yin at Fa-yii Temple.) Emperor K'ANG- 



846 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

HSI. Cheng: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. CHU KUEI, engr. Chekiang, 
P'u-t'o shan, Fa-yii szu. 1704. 

294x112.244914. 

1509. Pu-t'o-lo-chia shan P'u-chi szu pei-chi 

(Imperial inscription giving derivation of the Buddhist name for the 
sacred island of P'u-t'o shan and offering a prayer to Kuan-yin.) 
Cheng: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. CHU KUEI, engr. Chekiang, P'u-t'o 
shan, P'u-chi szu. 1704. 

352x106.244912. 

1510. Yii-shu t'ai-tzu t'ai-fu li-pu shang-shu Pao-ho tien ta-hsiieh- 
shih chia liu-chi chih shih chia shao-fu chien t'ai-tzu t'ai-fu shih wen- 
ching Wang Hsi pei-wen 

(Imperial eulogy to WANG HSI, Junior Grand Tutor of the Heir- 
apparent, President of the Board of Ceremonies, Grand Secretary of 
Pao-ho tien. Canonized as WEN-CHING.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. 
Cheng: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. (Peking). 1704. 

253 X 94. 244029. 

1511. P'ing-ting Shuo-mo kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei 

Wargi amargi babe necihiyeme toktobuha doroi ilibuha tacikoi 
yamun-i bei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription erected at the Imperial Academy re: the 
pacification of the Eleuths [Kalmucks], led by GALDAN.) Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI. Ch. and Manchu in both prose and four-word rhyme 
ming. Cheng. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1704. 

353x148. 244111. 

1512. {P'ing-ting Shuo-mo kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei-yin] 

(Names of officials who supervised preparation of the imperial 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 347 

tablet re: pacification of the Eleuths.) Cheng. CHU KUEI, engr. 
Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. (1704). Reverse of 1511. 

113x63.244112. 



1513. Kuan fu-tzu hsiang-tsan 



ffl^v^^-*-^ 



(Seated Kuan Yti portrait; eulogy.) TA LI-SHAN. Cheng: TA LI- 
SHAN. Hsi-an. 1704. 

ScroU: 107x67. 116424 (d. 244824). lUus. 
1514. [K'ang-hsi yii-chih tui-lien] 

(Parallel sentences re: an imperial visit to P'an-ku Temple.) Emperor 
K'ANG-HSI. Hsing: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 
shan, P 'an-ku szu. 1704. Footnote by CHIH-P 'U who had the tablet 
erected. 



164 X 62. 244275. 



C 



1515. [Yil-tz'u Chih-p'u ho-shang] 

(Imperial poem presented to CHIH-P'U, a monk of P'an-ku Temple.) 
Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Hsing: Emperor K'ANG-HSI. N.E. of Pek- 
ing, P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. (1704). Dragon motif on border. See 

1514. 

170x62.244272. 

1516. [Seng Chih-p'u] chieh-chia shih son chang 



i^^^\iitt^ 



S 
^ 



(Three-stanza poem to Emperor K'ANG-HSI expressing a welcome 
to P'an-ku Temple.) CHIH-P'U. Cheng: CHIH-P'U. N.E. of Peking, 
P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. (1704). See 1514. 

162 X 23. 244273. 
1517. [Kuan-shih-yin p'u-sa hua-hsiang] 



348 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Kuan-yin with kneeling child; incantation.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1705. 

Scroll: 100x46. 116410 (d. 244804). lUus. 

1518. Yii-chih Kuang-jen szu pei 

(Imperial inscription from Kuang-jen Temple.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 1705. 
206 X 87. 245198/1 (d. 245198/2). 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 81. 

1519. P'an-shan Wan-sung szu pei-chi 

(Change of name by imperial order to "Wan-sung Temple.") 
CH'ENG WEN-I. Hsing: CH'ENG WEN-I. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 
shan, Wan-sung szu. 1705. 

181 X 76. 244286. 

1520. T'ang Li Ching wu-chien t'ai ko 

(Song relating to the terrace where LI CHING of T'ang practiced 
sword play.) Chuan: SHIH YING-LIN. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, 
Wan-sung szu. 1705. 

179x63. 244285. 

1521. [Sheng-chia hsing P'an-ku szu pei-chi] 

(Commemoration of an imperial visit to P'an-ku Temple.) CHIH- 
P'U. Cheng: CHIH-P'U. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. 
1705. 

154x24. 244274. 

1522. Yii-chih P'u-jen szu pei-wen 

(Establishment of P'u-jen Temple on the sixtieth birthday of 
Emperor K'ANG-HSI.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Cheng: Emperor 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 349 

K'ANG-HSI. Jehol, P'u-jen szu. 1714. 
29 X 35 (head), 176 x 69 (text). 244545a-b. 
Franke (2), 51. Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 36. 

1523. [Yu-chih P'u-jen szu pei-wen] 

(Establishment of P'u-jen Temple at Jehol on the sixtieth birthday 
of Emperor K'ANG-HSI.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Manchu, 
Mongolian. Jehol, P'u-jen szu. 1714. See 1522 for Chinese version. 

181 X 66. 244542. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 37. 

1524. [Liu-hua shih] 

(Poem on pomegranate flowers.) LANG T'ING-HUAI. Hsing: 
LANG T'ING-HUAI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1714. 

34 X 65. 245264. 

1525. Chi-ku mei-hua shih 

(Poems re: plum blossoms by writers of various dynasties.) Hsing: 
LO CHING-HSING in style of WANG HSI-CHIH. Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1714. Footnote by LO CHING-HSING. 

Three sheets: 197 x 86, 200 x 85, 124 x 83. 245324. 

1526. Kuan-ti shih chu 

(Seal of Han, and painting of bamboo leaves forming caUigraphy.) 
Chuan, Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1716. Re-cut stone by HAN 
TSAI. 

124 X 54. 244857 (d. 233823). lUus. 

Yin Te-min (1). 

1527. Tse pei lin feng 



360 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Eulogy to a virtuous official, FENG CHING-HSIA, a District 
Magistrate of Shensi.) LIU TA-CH'ENG. Cheng: CHU T'lNG- 
LIN. PU CHAO-MENG. engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1719. 

152 X 66. 245329. 

1528. Sheng-en k'uan-mien P'u-t'o ch'ien-liang pei-chi 

(Official document re: tax exemptions of all land and properties of 
P'u-chi and Fa-yii Temples at P'u-to Mountain.) Cheng. Chekiang, 
P'u-t'o shan. 1719. Border design of dragons. 

280x134. 244911. 

1529. Ch'ung-hsiu shih-san ching teng pei t'ing chi 

iff +xi£^4?t^f-tz 

(Restoration of pavilions over the stone tablets at the Confucius 
Temple in Hsi-an.) CHANG CHUNG. Cheng: LI HENG. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. 1720. 

168x71. 245247. 

1530. Sung chia-ling ch'an-shih AnTa-chiieh fang-chang pei-chi 

(Praise to HSING-YIN, Abbot of Ta-chueh Temple.) Prince YUNG 
(YIN-CHEN).) Chuan, hsing: Prince YUNG. Western Hills, Ta- 
chueh szu. 1720. 

47 X 35 (head), 189 x 94 (text). 244143. 

1531. Kuan-sheng ti-chiin hsiang 

(KUAN YU on horseback.) LI CHIN-T'AI, art. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1721. 
Scroll: 99x55. 116447 (d. 244811, 244819). 

1532. Yii-chih chan-t'an-fo hsi-lai li-tai ch'uan-szu chi \pei\ 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 351 

(History of the Sandalwood Buddha housed in the Hung-jen Tem- 
ple.) Emperor K'ANG-HSI. Ch., Manchu, and Mongolian. Peking, 
Hung-jen szu. 1721. 

322x114. 244023. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 26. 

1533. Ch'ing-chen Hui-chiao i-yiian \pei\ 

(Spread of Islam in China.) Arabic (top line), Ch. (text.) Cheng. 
Hopei, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 1722. 

145x70. 244351. 

1534. [Yung-cheng huang-ti ch'ien li-pu shang-shu Chang T'ing- 
yii yii chi Wang Hsi wen] 

fti t ^^ii^tf §pi^ * ?€i4 i M .% X n % 

(Record of sacrificial offering presented to WANG HSI by Emperor 
YUNG-CHENG.) Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Peking. 1723. Manchu 
text starts: Howangdi hese ambarame giyangnara hafan... 

220 X 72. 244031. 

1535. [Lo Yiian-han mo-chi\ 

(Eulogy to T'AO YUAN-MING, the famous Chin poet.) Chuan, 
hsing: LO YUAN-HAN. (Hunan). (1723-1735). D. H. LO. donor. 

112x60. 233913. 

1536. [Yung-cheng yii-pi tz'u Szu-ch'uan t'i-tu Yiieh Chung-ch'i 

'^'^^ It I ^ip ¥ m-^ y\^%^^ M 1% %^ 

(Imperial praise to YUEH CHUNG-CH'I for merit service.) 
Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Hsing: Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. 1724. 

248x62. 245149. 

1537. Kung-mi ch'ing-ch'a lao-hui [pei-chi] 



362 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Praise to the Kung-mi ch'ing-ch'a lao-hui, an old organization of the 
Buddhist society that suppHed provisions for rice and tea to Hsiu- 
ytin Temple.) MING SHOU. Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, 
Hsiu-yiin szu. 1725. 

39 X 35 (head), 158 x 82 (text). 244221a-b. 

1538. Ch'ung-hsiu Hei-lung fan Lung-wang miao pei-chi 

(Restoration of Dragon King Temple, and imperial eulogy to the 
Dragon King.) Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Hsing: Emperor YUNG- 
CHENG. Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. 1725. 

166x89. 244179. 

1539. P'ing-ting Ch'ing-hai kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei 

Huhu noor be necihiyeme toktobufi baita mutehe doroi tacikoi 
yamun de ilibure bei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription re: successful campaign against the Khoshotes 
of Kokonor under LOBDZAN DANDZIN.) Emperor YUNG- 
CHENG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1725. 

351x145. 244113. 

1540. Chung-ting i chi wen-miao ching ch'eng 

(Poetic eulogy following seasonal spring sacrificial offering to Con- 
fucius at Confucius Temple, Peking.) Emperor YUNG-CHENG. 
Hsing: Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1728. 

166x80. 244116. 

1541. Chu-tzu chia-hsiin 

* ^ % P\ 

("Family instruction.") CHU HSI. Hsing: SUN NENG-K'UAN. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Footnote dated 1728. 

144x63. 245327. 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 353 

1542. Hua-ho fu 

(Fu referring to painting of a pair of cranes; fa-t'ieh.) HSU WEI. 
Hsing: CH'EN I-HSI. Peking. 1731. Colophon by Prince HSIEN 
dated 1708 explaining purpose of the engraving. 

Thirty sheets: 33 x 89., 244498. 

1543. [. . . .Li-pu shang-shu Lai kung pei-ming] 

(Epitaph of Hon. LAI TU, President of the Board of Rites who died 
in 1729.) CH'EN SHU-HSUAN. Cheng: HU HSIANG-SHAN. 
(1731). 

208 X 74. 244180. 

1544. En-lun 

(Imperial edict guaranteeing religious freedom to Moslems.) 
Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 1732. 
Obverse of 1545. 

176x63. 244764. 

1545. [Yung-cheng en-lun pei-yin] 

(Appreciation of the Emperor's benevolence. List of donors.) Cheng. 
Shantung, T'ai-an fu. (1732). Reverse of 1544. 

36 X 30 (head), 129 x 63 (text). 244765. 

1546. [Ya-la-po wen Ch'ing-chen szu pei\ 

(Mosque wall tablet used for teaching.) Arabic. Hsi-an. 1732 (no date 
in Arabic). 

168x71. 244875. 

1547. Ch'uang-chien Ch'ing-chen szu pei 



354 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



i'l^m^^Zi 



(Reference to first mosque in Hsi-an established in 742.) WANG 
HUNG. Cheng: WANG HUNG. Hsi-an. (1732). Decorative border, 
including eight diagrams of Fu Hsi. See 1546, Arabic text. 

Scroll: 243x85. 121160 (d. 244873/1, 244873/2). 

1548. Yii-chih Shih-fang p'u-chiieh szu pei-wen 

(Imperial change of name of Wo-fo szu [temple of the Sleeping San- 
dalwood Buddha], to Shih-fang p'u-chiieh szu. History and restora- 
tion.) Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Cheng: LI TSUNG-WAN. Western 
Hills, P'u-chiieh szu. 1734. 

205x75. 244152. 

1549. Kuan-ti miao pei 

(Commemoration to Kuan Yii with reference to establishment of 
Kuan-ti Temple, Chang-hua District.) CH'IN SHIH-WANG. Cheng: 
CH'IN SHIH-WANG. Taiwan, Chang-hua hsien, Kuan-ti miao. 
1734. 

129 X 57. 264206. Made by M. K. STARR, Taiwan, 1960. 

Liu Chih-wan (1), 1-2. 

1550. Ch'eng fu-tzu Yen-tzu so hao ho hsiieh lun 

(Essay re: YEN HUI.) Master CH'ENG. Cheng: Prince KUO (YIN- 
LI). Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1734. 

182x73.245415. 

1551. Yii-chih P'u-t'o P'u-chi szu pei-wen 

(Imperial eulogy to Kuan-yin following restoration of Buddhist tem- 
ple on P'u-t'o Mountain.) Emperor YUNG-CHENG. Cheng: Prince 
KUO (YIN-LI). Chekiang, P'u-t'o shan. 1734. 

47 X 38 (head), 286 x 133 (text). 244906. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 355 



^^^i^it 



1552. Chih-sheng Hsien-shih hsiang 

(Portrait of CONFUCIUS.) Cheng: Prince KUO (YIN-LI), auth./art. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1734. 

142 X 107. 244853. 



1553. T'ai-pai ch'uan-t'u 



^^^1^ 



(Illustrated plan of T'ai-pai Mountain.) WEI CHEN-KANG, art. 
Cheng. Hsi-an. 1735. Note by CHAO CHIEH-AN re: erection of 
stone. 

Scroll: 144x59. 116417. 

1554. Wen-miao ch'ung-szu wei-tz'u chih t'u 

(Hall plans showing the order of sacrificial tablets to Confucius and 
disciples.) Cheng. WEI CHEN-KANG, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1735. Note by SUN NENG-K'UAN with names of donors. 

ScroU: 153x59. 116438. 

1555. [Tun-huang t'ai-shou P'ei Ts'en chi-kung pei ch'ung-mu pen] 

(Meritorious inscription to P'EI TS'EN, Governor of Tun-huang 
under L. Han.) Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. Ch'ien-lung reign. Re- 
cut by SHEN CHAO-TING from 137 stone. Obverse of 1795. 

92 X 44. 245464. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 7/13-14. 

1556. Commemoration tablet from a small mosque giving a 
history of its establishment in 1452 (856 according to the Islamic 
calendar.) Arabic and Persian. Shensi. (Ch'ien-lung reign). Cloud and 
floral border motif. 

104x56. 245557. 

1557. Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Mido-ying szu pei-wen 



356 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Han-i araha dasame dasatame weilehe ferguwecuke acabuha 
jukehen-i eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Restoration of the Pai-t'a [White Stupa] of Miao-ying Temple 
established in 1096, Liao dynasty.) Emperor CH 'lEN-LUNG. Ch. 
and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, Miao-ying szu. (Ch 'ien-lung reign). 

237x82. 244019. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 20. 

1558. [Meng-tsang-wen yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Miao-ying szu pei- 

(Restoration of the Miao-ying Temple by imperial order.) Tibetan 
and Mongolian. Peking, Miao-ying szu. Ch'ien-lung reign. See 1557 
for Chinese version. 

236x81. 244020. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 21. 

1559. [Yiin-chao szu yii-chih tui-lien] 

(Imperial composition in parallel sentences written for Yiin-chao 
Temple.) Emperor CHTEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yiin-chao szu. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

127 X 29. 244270a-b. 

1560. Chu Ch'ing shu wu 

(Imperial inscription re: the library of hsing-kung.) Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. East of Peking, P'an-shan. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

49x142. 244508. 

1561. Shou i chu 

(Imperial inscription re: hsing-kung.) Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 867 

LUNG. East of Peking, P'an-shan. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

58x145. 244509. 

1562. Yiin-lin shih shih 

(Four characters meaning "Stone house within clouds and woods," 
a reference to the name Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG gave to his travel 
lodge at P'an-shan.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. East of Peking, P'an-shan. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

31 X 107. 244510. 

1563. Chiao-ts'ui hsieh 

(Three characters referring to a kiosk at hsing-kung, P'an-shan, the 
Emperor's travel lodge.) Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. East of 
Peking, P'an-shan. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

54 X 149. 244506. ^ 



1564. Sheng-chi tien tsan 

3<} ^i en- ^- 

(Poem in praise of Sheng-chi Hall.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius 
Temple. Ch'ien-lung reign. 

95 X 63. 244664. 

1565. [Ch'ien Feng shou-chi] 

(Calligraphy in style of YEN CHEN-CH'ING.) Cheng: CH'IEN 
FENG. (Peking). Ch'ien-lung reign. 

Eight sheets: 53 x 139-167. 244021a-h. 

1566. ^h'en Tao-fu hui-lan fu shih] 

(Painting of orchids, and poem in seven-character verse.) CH'EN 
TAO-FU, auth./art. Ts'ao: CH'EN TAO-FU. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 



358 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^ 

(Ch'ien-lung reign). 

91 X 33. 245564. 

1567. [Hsii Wei hui lan-shih fu-shih] 

(Painting of orchids and rock; poem in seven-character verse.) HSU 
WEI, auth./art. Ts'ao: HSU WEI. WU HOU-SHENG, engr. Peking, 
Shan-kuo szu. (Ch'ien-lung reign). 

88 X 33. 245565. lUus. 

1568. Wan-shih shih piao 

(Portrait of CONFUCIUS, presumably copied from a painting at- 
tributed to WU TAO-TZU.) Cheng (headstone): Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. N.p. (Ch'ien-lung reign). 

110x59. 264226. 

1569. [Ch'ih-feng Hei-lung fan lung-wang pei-wen] 

(Imperial order canonizing the Dragon King.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. West of Peking, Hei-lung fan. 1783. Man- 
chu text steuts: Dergi hese wasimbuhangge sahaliyan muduri juce-i 
muduri enduri. gurun de hoturi isibume. . . 

135x70. 244173. 

1570. [Hsi-yii t'ing chi\ 

(Copy of the Hsi-yii t'ing chi which recorded the building of a 
pavihon in answer to a prayer for rain.) (SU SHIH). Ts'ao: O MI-TA. 
Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1741. 

Two sheets: 33 x 105. 245276a-b. 

1571. Yu-chih pei wen 

[Han-i araha bei bithe]. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 359 

(Eulogy to CONFUCIUS and rededication of Confucius Temple in 
Peking.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: 
LIANG SHIH-CHENG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien, Confucius Temple. 
1741. Obverse of 1581. 

389x150.244101. 

1572. T'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin szu chih-ti hsiu-tax) pei-chi 

(Purchase of land by LI T'lEN-FU and others to support 
maintenance of a road going to Hsiu-yiin Temple.) CHANG JO-AI. 
Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. (1741-1795), 

33 X 20 (head), 142 x 68 (text). 244231a-b. 

1573. Lung hua san hui 

(Third convocation of Lung-hua hui Assembly held at Hsiu-yiin 
Temple.) Cheng: CHANG JO-AI. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, 
Hsiu-yiin szu. (1741). 

155x75. 244213a-b. 

1574. Yii-chih yu P'an-shan chi 

(Imperial record of a journey to P'an-shan.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Cheng: LIANG SHIH-CHENG. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, 
T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1742. 

165 X 72. 244257. 

1575. [Ch'ien-lung yii-pi shih] 

(Imperial poem composed at P'an-ku Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 
shan, P'an-ku szu. 1742. 

171 X 62. 244278. 

1576. [Nan-ch'eng chung-shan jen-teng ch'eng ch'i ch'a-tou chieh- 
yiian chai seng sheng hui pei-chi] 



360 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Association founded by Buddhist disciples to contribute to a fund 
for Chieh-t'an szu in celebration of Buddha's birthday.) Cheng. 
Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1743. 

116x59. 244198. 

1577. Kuei hsia shu-chung ch'ien-huai [shih k'o] 

(Poems composed at the magistrate's office in the summer of kuei- 
hai year.) SHUAI NIEN-TSU. Cheng: SHUAI NIEN-TSU. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple. (1743). 

32x44. 245491. 

1578. Yung-ho kung pei-wen 

Hoivaliyasun howaliyaha gung-ni bei bithe. 

(History of Yung-ho monastery.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and 
Manchu. Cheng. Peking, Yung-ho kung. 1744. 

270 X 103. 244006. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 2. Lessing (1), (t). 

1579. [Meng-tsang-wen Yung-ho kung pei-wen] 

Chos-sde chen-po yun-hva-kung-ki rdo rens-kyi yi-ge. 

(Inscription relating to Yung-ho kung.) Mongolian, Tibetan. Cheng. 
Peking, Yung-ho kung. 1744. 

265 X 99. 244005. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 3 (r). Lessing (1), (t). 

1580. [Ch'ung-yu T'ien-ch'eng szu shih] 

(Poem re: journey to T'ien-ch'eng Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of Peking. P'an- 
shan, T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1744. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 361 

51 X 54 (head), 158 x 63 (text). 244260a-b. 
1581. [Shih-tien hsien-shih K'ung-tzu yii-chih shih] 



i^^-^mi^mi 






(Poems re: sacrifical offerings to CONFUCIUS.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien, 
Confucius Temple. 1744. Reverse of 1571. 

381 X 149. 244102. 

1582. Ch'in-chung tsa-yung shih shou 

^+¥11* + ^ 

(Ten stanzas of miscellaneous five- word poems composed at Shensi.) 
SHUAI NIEN-TSU. Cheng: SHUAI NIEN-TSU. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. (1744). 

30x76.245492. ^ 

1583. {Yii-chih yu Yiin-chao szu pao-t'a shih] 

(Imperial poem re: visit to Sarira-stGpa.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yiin- 
chao szu. 1747. 

73 X 73. 244269. 

1584. Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Ta-chiieh szu pei-wen 

(Imperial restoration of Ta-chiieh Temple in memory of the 
Emperor's father, Emperor YUNG-CHENG.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Chuan, cheng: CHUANG YU-KUNG. Western HiUs, Ta- 
chiieh szu. 1747. 

42 X 32 (head), 190 x 91 (text). 244144a-b. 

1585. [Kuang-shan mi-hui chiian yiian-ti Chieh-t'an szu pei-chi] 

(Donation of lands by the Kuang-shan Rice Assn. to Chieh-t'an Tem- 
ple.) Cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1748. 



362 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

29 X 52 (head), 82 x 53 (text). 244193a-b. 

1586. T'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin szu Leng-yen sheng-hui pei-chi 

-Ml X i^^t ^ 4?ll» t^t %l 

(Establishment of a special fund to support the Leng-yen Assembly 
Altar at Hsiu-yiin Temple from where Tantric ceremonies were 
held.) KO-LO. Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yun szu. 
1748. 

28 X 21 (head), 144 x 76 (text). 244232a-b. 

1587. [Yii-fi Pi-yiin szu shih pei-chi] 

(Poem re: imperial visit to Pi-ytin Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing. Western Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1748. 

124x60. 244164. 

1588. Yeh K'ung-lin lai-chiu 

(Poem honoring CONFUCIUS.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, Confucius Temple. 
1748. 

61 X 74. 244659. 

1589. [Fang Kuan-ch'eng t'i hsiao-nii Ts'ao O pei] 

(Seven-character poem eulogising TS'AO O.) FANG KUAN- 
CH'ENG. Hsing: FANG KUAN-CH'ENG. Chekiang, Shao-hsing. 
1749. 

111x79. 244951. 

1590. Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei- 
wen 

Han-i araha Gin cuwan-i babe necihiyeme toktobufi amba tacikoi 
yamun sanggaha be alaha eldengge wehei bithe. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 363 

(Imperial inscription re: a successful campaign against the Chin- 
ch'uan rebels who were led by SOLOBUN.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: LIANG SHIH-CHENG. Peking, 
Kuo-tzu-chien. 1749. 

363x158. 244106. 

Hummel (1), 44-45 and 252-369. Kao-tsung (1), Ch. 2, p. 11. 

1591. [Yu-chih chin-kang pao-tso t 'a pei-wen] 

rGyal-pos phyag bris-mdzad-pa 'i rdo-rje rin-po-che 'i gdan-gyi 
mchod-rten rdo-rehs 'od-ldan-gyi yi-ge. 

(Imperial inscription referring to the Vajrasana stupa at Pi-yiin 
Temple.) Tibetan. Cheng. Western Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1749. See 1592 
for Chinese version. 

216x94.244159. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 34. Haenisch (3), (t,r). 

1592. Yii-chih chin-kang pao-tso t'a pei-wen 

(Imperial inscription referring to the Vajrasana stiipa at Pi-yiin 
Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Western Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1749. 

220x90. 244160. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 31. Haenisch (3), (t,r). 

1593. [Yii-chih chin-kang pao-tso t'a pei-wen] 

W-Sii:lilff SiiJtx 

Qayan-u bicigsen wdir erdeni-yin sayurin ba subaryan-u gereltU 
kiisiye cilayun-u bicig. 

(Imperial inscription at Pi-yiin Temple.) Mongolian. Cheng. Western 
Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1749. See 1592 for Chinese version. 

236x89. 244161. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 33. Haenisch (3), (t,r). 

1594. [Yu-chih chin-kang pao-tso t'a pei-wen] 



364 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Han-i araha wajir boobai teku-i subargan-i eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription at Pi-yiin Temple.) Manchu. Cheng. Western 
Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1749. See 1592 for Chinese version. 

236x96. 244162. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 32. Haenisch (3), (t,r). 

1595. Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Pi-yiin szu pei-wen 

(Han-i araha dasame weilebuhe niowanggiyan tugingge juktehen-i 
eldengge wehei bithe.) 

(Imperial inscription re: restoration of Pi-yiin Temple, established in 
the Yuan dynasty.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. 
Cheng. Western Hills, Pi-yiin szu. 1749. 

62x135.244163. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 35. 

1596. Lu Kuo-hua t'iao-tsou Hui-min i che feng shang-yii pei-chi 

« m # il 4 @ R - « =^ J: UiiM tl 

(Imperial edict condemning an incorrect memo on Moslem behavior 
which had been submitted to the throne by LU KUO-HUA.) Cheng. 
Shensi. 1750. Tablet erected by MA TS'UNG-HSIUNG, et al. 
Dragon and cloud motif on borders. 

Scroll: 242x84. 121154/bis (d. 244878/1, 244878/2). 

1597. [Han ku Yen-chou tz'u-shih Wang ('hih-tzu ch'iieh-mu k'o] 

(Two inscriptions to WANG CHIH-TZU, Governor of Yen-chou 
under Han.) Li. T'lEH-CHAN (i.e., SHEN CHAO-TING), engr. Hsi- 
an, Confucius Temple. Ca. 1750-1800. Re-cut by SHEN CHAO- 
TING from original stone pillars dated A.D. 105. Colophon by 
SHEN CHAO-TING. 

95 X 8. 245466. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 5/22-39 (t,c). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 365 

1598. Ta-pei sheng-hui chih-ti pei-chi 

(Purchase of land to be donated to the Hsiu-yiin Temple.) Cheng. 
Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 1751. Tablet donated by 
YUAN-LIANG, an abbot of the temple. 

29 X 21 (head), 123 x 65 (text). 244266a-b. 

1599. [Kuang-shan mi-hui chiian yiian-ti Chieh-t'an szu pei-chi] 

(Donation of farm lands by the Kuang-shan Rice Assn. to Chieh-t'an 
Temple.) Cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1751. 

30 X 25 (head), 128 x 57 (text). 244191a>. 

1600. Shih-k'o pa-ts'ui 

(List of outstanding stone inscriptions at Pei-lin.) Chuan: HOU 
CHUN, Cheng: LIU YUN-P'EI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1751. 

19 X 65 (head), 163 x 76 (text). 244797. 

1601. Han-mo ch'i-kuan 

(An expression of appreciation re: visit to Pei-lin.) Cheng: LIN YUN- 
P'EI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1751. 

209x73. 245295. 

1602. Hsi-an fu pei-tung shih-k'o mu-lu 

(Selected stone inscriptions from Pei-lin, Hsi-an.) Chuan, Cheng: 
HOU CHUN and LIU YUN-P'EI. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1751. 

187 X 77. 245460. 

1603. (h'ih-chien Ma-an shan Wan-shou ta Chieh-t'an t'an-chu 
p'ing-yang ti-szu-shih tz'u tzu (he kung hsing-shih pei 



366 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Epitaph of JEN CH'ENG-CHE, a great priest and fourth Master 
who presided at the Alter of Wan-shou Temple.) WU LO-SAN. 
Chuan, cheng: WU LO-SAN. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an 
szu. 1751. 

61 X 25 (head), 234 x 75 (text). 244208a-b. 
1604. [Ch'ien-lung jen-shen yii-t'i] 



iuki-^^m 



s9g 



(Poem composed during imperial visit to P'an-ku Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. or Peking, 
P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. 1752. 

171x63. 244271. 

1605. Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Pai-t'a pei-ming 

Han-i araha dasame dasatame weilehe sanggiyan subarhan-i 
eldengge wehei folon. 

(Poetic eulogy re: restoration of the White Stupa in the Miao-ying 
Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Pe- 
king, Miao-ying szu. 1753. 

242x82. 244017. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 17. 

1606. [Meng-tsang-wen yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Pai-t'a pei-ming] 

rGyalpos bris-pa'i yan bskyar nams ksos byas pa'i mchod-rten 
dkar-po rdo-rens-kyi rkos byan. 

(Restoration of the White Stupa in the Miao-ying Temple.) 
Mongolian and Tibetan. Peking, Miao-ying szu. 1753. For Chinese 
version see 1605. 

233x84. 244018. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 18. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 367 

1607. [Teng Yiin-chao szu tao yu-pi] 

(Four stanzas of a seven-character poem re: imperial visit in early 
winter to Yiin-chao Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yun-chao szu. 
1753. 

130x54. 244267. 

1608. [/ szu nien-hsiang yii-pi] 

(Poem following worship ceremony at P'u-jen Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-jen 
szu. 1754. 

170x65. 244546. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 38. 

1609. [Yii-t'i Yiin-chao szu pao-t'a shih] 

(Imperial poem expressing appreciation of sarira-stupa of Yiin-chao 
Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yiin-chao szu. 1754. 

128x54. 244268. 

1610. Ch'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-chi hsii 

(Memorial re: restoration of Shan-kuo Temple founded in the Liang 
dynasty.) LU CHIH-MING. Cheng: HUNG CHING. Peking, Shan- 
kuo szu. 1755, 

42 X 30 (head), 180 x 102 (text). 244239/1 (d. 244239/2). 

1611. Yii-chih p'ing ting Chun-ko-erh kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pel- 

"" n 1^ ^ X i^ -s liBi ^ ^tK^fi^^x 

Han-i araha yungar be necihiyeme toktohuha gungge mutefi gurun-i 



868 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY ^ 

tacikoi yamun ilibuha eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription erected at T'ai-hsiieh [Kuo-tzu-chien] re: a suc- 
cessful campaign against the Dzungars.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Kuo- 
tzu-chien. 1755. 

357x155. 244108. 

Hummel (1), 369 and 9-10. Kao-tsung (1), ch. 5, p. 37. 

1612. {Yii-chih P'u-ning szu pei-wen] 

rGyal-pos bris-pa 'i kun-tu bde-ba 'i glifi-gi od-ltan rdo-refis-kyi yi-ge. 

(Imperial inscription at P'u-ning Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Tibetan. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 1615 for Chinese ver- 
sion. 

300 X 119. 244519. 

Franke (2), 53. Franke (3). Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 43. Kao-tsung (1), 
ch. 5, p. 41-42. 

1613. [Yii-chih P'u-ning szu pei-wen] 

(Imperial inscription at P'u-ning Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Mongolian. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 1615 for Chinese 
version. 

310x118. 244520. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 42. 

1614. [Yii-chih P'u-ning szu pei-wen] 

Han-i araha gubci nikton juktehen-i eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription at P'u-ning Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Manchu. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 1615 for Chinese ver- 
sion. 

298 X 115. 244521. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 41. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 369 

1615. Yu-chih P'u-ning szu pei-wen 

(Imperial inscription at P'u-ning Temple re: establishment of the 
temple modeled after the Tibetan bSam-yas temple for Lamaist 
disciples.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. 

298 X 121. 244522. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 40. 

1616. P'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh lo-ming I-li chih pei 

^ X i^ -I Mfi tl if ^ L 7J% 

(Pacification of the Dzungars at Hi.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Chuan, cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. 

19 X 16 (head), 220 x 636 (text). 244526. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 44. Haenisch (2), (t,r). Kao-tsung (1), ch. 5, 
p. 40-41. 

1617. lun gar be necihiyeme toktobuha babe Hi bade ejeme il- 
ibuha eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Pacification of the Dzungars at Hi.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Manchu. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 1616 for Chinese version. 

19 X 16 (head), 227 x 64 (text). 244527a-b. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 45. Haenisch (2), (t,r). 

1618. Gyon-ru hde-'jags su bkod-pa'i chul I-li'i sa char kha 
byan-du sbyar-ba 'i od-ldan rdo-rens-kyi yi-ge. 

(Pacification of the Dzungars at Hi.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Tibetan. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 1616 for Chinese version. 

20 X 18 (head), 222 x 64 (text). 244528a-b. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 46. Haenisch (2), (t.r). 

1619. P'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh lo-ming I-li chih pei 

ZoUn-yari tiibsidkeji toqtoqson yabudali Hi yazar^tu temdeqlen 



370 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

bayi yuluysan gereltu kiiSe dilou-yin biciq. 

(Memorial re: surrender of the Dzungars and conquest of I-li.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Kalmuk. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1755. See 
1616 for Chinese version. 

227 X 64. 244524. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 47. Haenisch (2), (t.r). Krueger (1). 

1620. [Ch'ien-lung ping-tzu yii-t'i] 

(Poem re: visit to the K'ung-lin in Ch'ii-fu.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, K'ung-lin. 1756. 

95 X 64. 244665. 

1621. [Ch'ien-lung ping-tzu tieh chiu-tso yiin yii-pi] 

(Poem during visit to the K'ung-lin.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii-fu, K'ung-lin. 
1756. 

93 X 64. 244666. 

1622. [Ch'ien-lung ping-tzu ch'un san-yiieh yii-t'i] 

(Poem honoring Confucius Temple at Ch'ii-fu.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1756. 

96 X 64. 244667. 

1623. [Ch'ien-lung ping-tzu ch'un yii-t'i] 

(Poem re: visit to the ancient residence of CONFUCIUS.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii- 
fu, Confucius Temple. 1756. 

107 X 63. 244668. 

1624. [Ch'ien-lung ping-tzu ch'un yii-t'i] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 371 

(Poem concerning reflections of CONFUCIUS.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1756. 

96 X 64. 244669. 

1625. Chin-kuang p'u-chao 

(A eulogy to T'ien-hsien, the Immortal Goddess of Wen-ch'iian Tem- 
ple.) Cheng. Western Hills, Wen-ch'iian miao. 1757. 

42 X 59 (head), 180 x 59 (text). 244182. 

1626. Wan-shou Chieh-t'an ch'i chien san-yiian ta-pei sheng-hui 
\pei-ming] 

(History of the foundation of the "San-yiian ta-pei," a holy associa- 
tion of the Chieh-t'an Temple formed to raise funds for prayer 
ceremonies to Buddhist saints.) Cheng. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, 
Chieh-t'an szu. 1758. 

140x79. 244206. 

1627. Ch'ung-hsiu Pai-lin szu pei-wen 

(Restoration of Pai-lin Temple by imperial order.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Pai-Un szu. 1758. 

222 X 86. 244249. 

1628. [Ch'ung hsiu Pai-lin szu pei-wen] 

Han-i araha Be lin s'e juktehen-i eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Restoration of Pai-lin Temple by imperial order.) Manchu. Peking, 
Pai-lin szu. 1758. See 1627 for Chinese version. 

222x88. 244250. 

1629. Tao Hei-lung t'an erh-yii yin chi so-chien [teng tso] 



372 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Poems re: imperial prayers for rain at Hei-lung fan.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Hei-lung fan. (1758). 

135x74. 244169. 

1630. P'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh hou lo-ming I-li chih pei 

(Submission of the Dzungars at Hi.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1758. 

222x62. 244525. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 48. Haenisch (2), (t,r). Kao-tsung (1), ch. 11, 
p. 117. 

1631. Jun gar be necihiyeme toktobuha sirame Hi bade ejeme il- 
ibuha eldengge wehei bithe 

(Submission of the Dzungars at Hi.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Man- 
chu. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1758. See 1630 for Chinese version. 

223 X 64. 244530. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 49. Haenisch (2), (t,r). 

1632. Jun gar bde 'jags su bkod nas rjes sor Yi-li'i sa cha kha 
byah-du mdzad-pa'i 'od-ldan rdo-rehs-gi yi-ge 

(Memorial re: surrender of the Dzungars and conquest of I-li.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Tibetan. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1758. See 
1630 for Chinese version. 

225x637.244523. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 50. Haenisch (2), (t,r). 

1633. [P'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh hou lo-ming I-li chih pei] 

Zoun-yari tUbsidkeji toqtoqson daraya inu Hi yazar^tu temdeqlen 
bayiyuluqsan gereltii kiise 6ilou-yin biciq. 

(Submission of the Dzungars at IH.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Kalmuk. Jehol, P'u-ning szu. 1758. See 1630 for Chinese version. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 373 

223x61. 244529. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 51. Haenisch (2), (t.r). 

1634. P'ing-ting chun-ko-erh lo-ming I-li chih pei 

Jun gar be nechihiyeme toktobuha babe Hi bade ejeme ilubuha 
eldengge ivehei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription re: surrender of the Dzungars in I-li.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1758. 

355x158. 244109. 

Hummel (1), 73 and 369. 

1635. Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hui-pu kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei-wen 

^Sp w ^^ ^^ la # ^ ^ :t 'f- J* ^ 

Han-i araha Hoise aiman be necihiyeme toktobufi gurun-i taciko de 
gungge mutebuhe jalin ilibure eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Imperial inscription re: a successful campaign against the Moslem 
rebellion in eastern Turkestan led by Big Hodja and Little Hodja in 
1758.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1759. In both prose and 
four-word rhyme ming. 

355x157. 244107. 

Hummel (1), 73. Kao-tsung (1), ch. 21, p. 269. Lepage (1). 

1636. Liu- fang pai-shih 

(Donation of land to mosque in T'ai-an.) Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an 
fu. 1759. 

122x47.244761. 

1637. Hua-shan chi 

(Record of a journey to Hua Mountain.) I Ta-ho. Cheng: CHENG 



374 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

PING-HU. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1759. 
124x54.245325. 

1638. Yiieh chung-wu wang chen-hsiang 

(Portrait of YUEH FEI with memorial.) Cheng: N.p. 1760. 
63x38.264227. 

1639. Leng-yen lao-hui [pei] 

(Support by the Leng-yen Assn. for an open-air assembly altar from 
which preachings and performances of the "Leng-yen," a Tantric 
ceremony, at Hsiu-yiin Temple were given.) YU MIN-CHUNG. 
Cheng: YU MIN-CHUNG. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yun 
szu. 1760. 

27 X 24 (head), 163 x 80 (text). 244229a-b. 

1640. Ch'ung-hsiu Hung-jen szu ching-tsan chan-t'an pao-hsiang 

Gosin he hadarambuha juktehen be icemleme weilefi gingguleme 
arahajamtan fucihi-i ferguwecuke oren-i maktacun. 

Poetic praise honoring the Sandalwood Buddha of Hung-jen Tem- 
ple, following restoration of the temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Ch. and Manchu. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Hung- 
jen szu. 1760. 

316x110.244025. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 27. 

1641. [Meng-tsang-wen Hung-jen szu ching-tsan chan-t'an 
hsiang] 

Thugs rje spel-ba'i Iha-khan gsar-gsos byas te gus pas rtsams-pa'i 
tsandan jo-bo'i sku brhan ho mtshar can-gyi kha byah. 

(Poetic praise to the Sandalwood Buddha of Hung-jen Temple.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. MongoHan, Tibetan. Peking, Hung-jen 
szu. 1760. For Chinese version see 1640. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 375 

319x110.244022. 
f Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 28. 

1642. Ch'ung-hsiu Hung-jen szu pei-wen 

Dasame weilehe gosin be badarambuha juktehen-i eldengge ivehei 
bithe. 

(Commemoration re: the restoration of the Hung-jen Temple on the 
occasion of the Emperor's fiftieth birthday and his mother's seven- 
tieth.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Hung-jen szu (Chan-t'an szu). 1760. 

320x117. 244026. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 29. 

1643. [Meng-tsang-wen Hung-jen szu pei-wen] 

(Commemoration re: restoration of Hung-jen Temple.) Mongolian, 
Tibetan. Peking, Hung-jen Temple. 1760. See 1642 for Chinese ver- 
sion. 

169 X 118. 244024. Note: top part of Mongolian inscription missing. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 30. 

1644. Huang Ch'ing tai-tseng Yii-ch'ang ch'u-shih Yang kung 
chih mu 



3L .n 1 

(Epitaph of YANG YU-CH'ANG.) Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. N.p. 1760. 
63 X 44. 244982. 

1645. Ch 'ung-hsiu Cheng-chiieh szu pei-wen 

Dasame dasatame weilebuhe sunja subargan-i juktehen-i eldengge 
wehei bithe. 

(Imperial rededication and restoration of Cheng-chiieh Buddhist 
Temple, built in the Ming dynasty.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Pillar. Ch. and Manchu. Separate seal: Yii-chih \t\\ ^ Han-i ara- 



876 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

hangge. Chuan, cheng: Emperor CH 'lEN-LUNG. Peking, Hsi-shan, 
Cheng-chiieh szu (Wu-t'a szu). 1761. 

Two sheets: 175 x 76, 42 x 31. 244035. 

Franke/Laufer (1). Tafel 24. 

1646. Ch'ung-hsiu Cheng-chueh szu pei-wen 

gsar^gsos mchod-rten rise bha'i Iha-khan-gi rdo-rens kha byaii, 

(Imperial inscription re: restoration of the Cheng-chiieh Temple.) 
Mongolian, Tibetan. Cheng. Western Hills, Cheng-chiieh szu (Wu-t'a 
szu). 1761. See 1645 for Chinese version. 

174x74. 244027. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 25. 

1647. [Ma She-chang chuan-ti pei] 

(Donation of land by MA SHE-CHANG to a mosque.) MA TSUNG- 
CHIAO. Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. K'ai-feng. 1761. 

30x46 (head), 115x60 (text). 244789/la (d. 244789/2a). 

1648. [Ma shih chiian-ti ho-t'ung wen] 

(Record of deed of land to mosque donated by MA SHE-CHANG.) 
Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. K'ai-feng. (1761). Presumably reverse of 
1647. 

10x42. 244789/lb. 

1649. Miao-chung ming-wen 

(Inscription from Lama temple of T'ao-chou t'ing.) Iron bell. Ch. and 
Tibetan. Cheng. Kansu, T'ao-chou t'ing. 1762. Object in FMNH. 

Eight sheets: about 23x32. 121367/la-d (d. 121367/2a-d). 

On double paper giving the impression of embossment. 

1650. Li P'u-jen szu tso 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 377 



nm-^i'^ 



(Poem commemorating imperial attendance to ceremonial offering 
at P'u-jen Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-jen szu. 1763. 

173x64. 244544. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 38. 

1651. Yung huo-tung sung tso 

(Poem re: the miraculous pine tree at Chieh-t'an Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1764. 

94 X 58. 244200/1 (d. 244200/2). 

1652. [('h'ung-hsiu P'u-ching ch'an-lin lo-ch'eng chan-li yu-shu pei- 
chi\ 

i i'f # *f -Tf #-:f iiifl-l ^ Alt iL 

(Restoration of P'u-ching Buddhist Temple by imperial order.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch., Mongolian, and Manchu. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Huang szu 1764. 

266x107. 244011. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 11. Bauer (1), (t,r). 

1653. / P'u-jen szu chan-li tso 

(Poem commemorating pilgrimage to P'u-jen Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-jen 
szu. 1764. 

212x34. 244547. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 39. 

1654. Ch'ih-chien Hui-jen Li-pai szu pei-chi 

Hesei ilibuha hoise sai doroloro hengkilere juktehen-i eldengge 
wehei ejebun. 



378 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Reference to the establishment of a mosque by imperial order.) Ch. 
and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, near Imperial Palace. 1764. 

33x33 (head), 193x87 (text). 244336/la-b. 

Bang (1), (r). Broomhall (1), 94-97 (r,t). Deveria (1), (t). 

1655. [Ch'ih-chien Hui-jen Li-pai szu pei-chi] 

(Reference to establishment of a mosque by imperial order.) 
Mongolian and Turkish. Peking, near Imperial Palace. 1764. See 
1654 for Chinese version. 

32 X 32 (head), 195 x 87 (text). 244337a-b. 

Huart (1), (r,t). 

1656. Yii-t'i mien-hua t'u 

(Illustrations on cotton culture; accompanying text.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG and FANG KUAN-CH'ENG. Slabs. Cheng, h, 
hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG, FANG KUAN-CH'ENG. Peking, 
Imperial Palace. 1765 or later. 

Album: 40 faces, 26 x 26. 118293. Four faces missing. 

1657. An-yiian miao chan-li shu-shih yu hsii 

Gorokingge be elhe be obure juktehen de hargasame doroloho baita 
be ejeme arahangge. 

(Imperial attendance at the Lama temple of An-yiian.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Jehol, An-yiian-miao. 1765. 

212x77.244539. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 52. Haenisch (1), (t,r). Kao-tsung (1), ch. 9, 
p. 88. 

1658. [An-yiian miao chan-li shu-shih yu hsii] 

1. Yun-bde Iha-khah gzigs nas phyag 'tshal-ba 'i rgyu-mtshan rtags- 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 379 

su bkod nas bris-pao. 2. Qoladakini amurjiyuluydi siime diir 
barayalqaju yosulaysan kerek i temdeklen bicigsen bolai. 

(Imperial attendance at the Lama temple of An-yiian.) Tibetan and 
Mongolian. Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng. Jehol, An-yiian miao. 
1765. See 1657 for Chinese version. 

220x78. 244538. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 53. Haenisch (1), (t,r). 

1659. Hung-chih yuan chi 

(Restoration of Hung-chih Garden, Taiwan.) CHIANG YUN- 
HSUN. Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan, Tainan Historical Museum. 1765. 
Tablet erected by CHIANG YUN-HSUN. 

23 X 116. 264207/1 (d. 264207/2 made by M. K. STARR, Taiwan, 
1960). 

Huang Tien-ch'uan (1), 1/60-61. 

1660. Hung-chih yuan 

(Three characters meaning Hung-chih Garden.) Hsing. CHIANG 
YUN-HSUN. Taiwan, Tainan, Tainan Historical Museum. 1766. 

58x113. 264209. 

1661. [(-h'ien-lung yung yin-hsing pei-chi] 

(Poem re: ginkgo trees at Ta-chiieh Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh 
szu. 1766. 

37x30. 244147. 

1662. [Ch'ien-lung yii-chih szu-chu-ku-t'ing shih pei\ 



tmn^'^mk^xui 



(Poem re: visit to a pavilion at Ta-chiieh Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh 
szu. 1766. 



380 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

70x36. 244148. 

1663. [Yu-t'i Lung-t'an tso-pei chi] 

(Imperial poem re: a visit to Lung-t'an.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills. 1766. 

52x34. 244150. 

1664. / P'u-jen szu chan-li tso 

(Poem commemorating pilgrimage to P'u-jen Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-jen 
szu. 1766. 

212x35. 244548. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 39. 

1665. [Ping-hsu chung-ch'un-yiieh yii-t'i] 

(Poem re: view of P'an-shan from the pavilion of hsing-kung, the 
Emperor's travel lodge.) Emperor CH 'lEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. East of Peking, P'an-shan. 1766. 

57x158.244505. 

1666. Fo [hsin-nii Li Yuan-ying shuai tzu Li T'ao chiian-tzu pei\ 

Ha ^ f iL * $- + i- im fM 

(Contribution by Mrs. LI YUAN-YING and her son LI T'AO to 
Wan-shou Temple for repair of the hall of Ti-tsang.) Cheng. Western 
Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1766. 

44x22. 244211. 

1667. [Chiang \ un-hsun shu Su Shih chii] 

(Copy of a poem.) SU SHIH. Hsing: CHIANG YUN-HSUN. 
Taiwan. Tainan. Taiwan Historical Museum. (1766). 

58 X 116. 264208/1 (d. 264208/2 made by M. K. STARR. Taiwan. 



\ 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 381 

1960). 

1668. [(^h'ien-lung P'an-ku szu tso] 

(Imperial poem describing site of P'an-ku Temple in P'an-shan.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of 
Peking, P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. 1766. 

167x26. 244277. 

1669. Shang-yii kuo-hsiieh ch'ung-szu hsien-shih \pei-wen] 

(Imperial edict re: worship and sacrificial offerings to the Master, 
CONFUCIUS, at Kuo-hsiieh, the Imperial Academy of Peking.) Ch. 
and Manchu. Cheng. Peking, Confucius Temple, Kuo-tzu-chien. 
1767. Manchu text starts: Dergi hese wasimbuhangge. gurun-i 
taciko de nenehe sefu be wecere durun. 

304x137. 244100. 

1670. P'u-lo szu pei-chi 

-^ Tfc ^ X>% v£)U 

(Establishment of P'u-lo Temple following pacification of the 
Dzungars.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Jehol. P'u-lo szu. 1767. 

190x76. 244537. 

Franke (2), 52. Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 55. 

1671. [P'u-lo szupei chi\ 

(iubci sebjengge juktehen-i eldengge wehei ejebun. 

(EstabHshment of the P'u-lo Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Manchu. Jehol, P'u-lo szu. 1767. See 1670 for Chinese version. 

190x76. 244567. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 56. 

1672. [/''//-/o szu pei-chi] 



382 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



^^^t^l%il 



(Establishment of P'u-lo Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Mongolian. Cheng. Jehol, P'u-lo szu. 1767. See 1670 for Chinese ver- 
sion. 

196x74. 244536. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 57. 

1673. [P'u-lo szu pei-chi] 

(Establishment of P'u-lo Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Tibetan. Cheng. Jehol, P'u-lo szu. 1767. See 1670 for Chinese ver- 
sion. 

188x77. 244535 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 58. 

1674. T'an-che Hsiu-yun szu mu chih hsiang-huo t'ien pei-chi 

(Collection of a fund by LAI-LIN, a monk, to buy land which would 
support the ceremonial expenditures for Hsiu-yiin Temple.) TE- 
PAO. Chuan, cheng: TE-PAO. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu- 
yiin szu. 1768. 

46 X 27 (head), 188 x 88 (text). 244230a-b. 

1675. [Yil-chih Yu-shih ch'iao shih pei-chi] 

1^1 ^ A? Ad <hi^ ^-y^'oA xsL 

(Poem commemorating Yu-shih ch'iao of Ta-chiieh Temple.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Western Hills, Ta-chiieh szu. 1768. 

55x88. 244146. 

1676. [('h'ien-lung yu-chih shih pei-chi] 

(Poem commemorating Ta-chiieh Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, Ta-chiieh 
szu. 1768. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 383 

62x38. 244149. 

1677. [Ch'ien-lung yii-chih shih pei-chi] 

(Poem describing the ginkgo trees of Ta-chiieh Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Ta-chiieh szu. 1768. 

62x38. 244151. 

1678. Tao-fa ts'an t'ien-ti \pei\ 

(Eulogy to Islam.) Cheng: MI FEI. Hsi-an. 1768. Re-cut from Sung 
stone. 

74x221.244881. 

1679. (-h'ih-tz'u Li-pai szu [pei] 

(Imperial order naming the Hsi-an mosque, Li-pai szu.) Cheng: 
TUNG CH'I-CH'ANG. Hsi-an. 1768. Re-cut. 

216x85. 244880. 

1680. [(^h'ing-chen chiao pei] 

(Islamic inscription erected by people of a subdivision of Hsi-an.) 
Hsi-an. 1768. 

208x78. 244879. 

1681. Ch'ung-hsiu wen-miao pei-chi 

Kungze-i juktehen be dasame weilebuhe eldengge wehei ejebun. 

(Improvement and restoration of Confucius Temple at Kuo-tzu- 
chien; history of temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Man- 
chu. Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Confucius Temple, Kuo-tzu- 
chien. 1769. 

331 X 121. 244103. 



384 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1682. / P'u-jen szu chan-li tso 

(Poem commemorating imperial attendance to a ceremony at P'u- 
jen Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Jehol, Pu-jen szu. 1769. 

198x33.244543. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 38. 

1683. [Chi-ch'ou mu-ch'un yii t'i] 

(Poem composed from pavilion of hsing-kung.) Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. East of Peking, P'an-shan. 1769. 

56x159.244507. 



1684. [Yung Han Yii Li Yiian P'an-ku shih] 



(Imperial poem written at P'an-ku Temple commemorating HAN 
YU's account of LI YUAN, a recluse scholar of T'ang.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. N.E. of Peking, 
P'an-shan, P'an-ku szu. 1769. 

178x24.244276. 
1685.. P'u-jen szu chan-li tso 

(Poem commemorating pilgrimage to P'u-jen Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-jen 
szu. 1770. 

208 X 33. 244549. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 39. 

1686. [Kuo Lou-hsiang Yen-tzu tz'u tso] 

(Poem commemorating YEN HUI during visit to his shrine.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shan- 
tung, Ch'ii-fu. 1771. 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 385 

140x51.244660. 

1687. P'u-t'o tsung-ch'eng chih miao pei-chi 

(Establishment of Potala Temple at Jehol commemorating the 
pacification of the Dzungars, and the Empress Dowager's eightieth 
birthday. Five-character chi of a Buddhist chant follows text.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, 
P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. 

372x146. 244562. 

Franke (2), 54-56. Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 59. Hedin (1), 123-24 (par- 
tial t). 

1688. [P'u-t'o tsung-ch'eng chih miao pei-chi] 

Budala-i tob sajin-i juktehen-i eldengge wehei bithe. 

(Estabhshment of Potala Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Man- 
chu. Jehol. P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1687 for Chinese version. 

366x140. 244555. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 60. 

1689. [P'u-t'o tsung-ch'eng chih miao pei-chi] 

(Estabhshment of Potala Temple at Jehol.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. MongoHan. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1687 for Chinese 
version. 

375x145. 244561. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 61. 

1690. [P'u-t'o tsung-ch'eng chih miao pei-chi tsang-wen] 

Gru 'dzin bstan-pa 'i rtsa-ba 'i Iha-khan-gi 'od-ldan rdo-rens-gyi yi-ge. 

(Estabhshment of Potala Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Tibetan. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1687 for Chinese version. 

371 X 149. 244552. 



386 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 62. 

1691. T'u-erh-hu-t'e ch'iian-pu kuei-shun chi 

(Submission and return of the Torguts to the Chinese empire.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Chuan, cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. 

28 X 27 (head), 269 x 85 (text). 244558. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 63. Hummel (1), 660 and 785. Kao-tsung (1), 
ch. 11, p. 129. 

1692. [T'u-erh-hu-t'e ch'iian-pu kuei-shun chi] 

Turgot-i gubci aiman ijishon-i dahame jihe ejebun. 

(Submission and return of the Torguts to the Chinese empire.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Manchu. Cheng. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 
1771. See 1691 for Chinese version. 

270x85. 244554. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 64. 

1693. [T'u-erh-hu-t'e ch'iian-pu kuei-shun chi] 

(Submission and return of the Torguts to the Chinese empire.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. MongoHan. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. 
See 1691 for Chinese version. 

271x86.244551. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 65. 

1694. [T'u-erh-hu-t'e ch'iian-pu kuei-shun chi] 

Thor-god-kyi sde-pa mams 'dod mos kyis rjes-su 'brah-ba'i brjed 
byan. 

(Submission and return of the Torguts to the Chinese empire.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Tibetan. Cheng. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 
1771. See 1691 for Chinese version. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 387 

272x85.244550. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 66. 

1695. Yu hsii T'u-erh-hu-t'e pu chung chi 

(Imperial inscription re: exceptional assistance given to the Torguts 
who migrated back to the Chinese empire.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. 

273 X 83. 244559. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 67. Hummel (1), 660 and 785. Kao-tsung (1), 
ch. 11, p. 131. 

1696. [Yu hsii T'u-erh hu-t'e pu chung chi] 

Turgut aiman-i urse de ujen kesi isibuka ejebun. 

(Exceptional assistance to migrated Torguts.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Manchu. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1695 for Chinese 
version. 

266x84. 244553/M. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 68. Mish (1). 

1697. [Yu hsii T'u-erh-hu-t'e pu chung chi] 



mk±mir^%?'^i 



(Exceptional assistance to migrated Torguts.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Mongolian. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1695 for Chinese 
version. 

277 x 85. 244557. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 69. 

1698. [YU hsii T'u-erh-hu-t'e pu chung chi] 

Thor-god-pa'i mi sde mams la bka'drin lei bar stsal-ba'i yig gdan. 

(Imperial inscription re: exceptional assistance to migrated 
Torguts.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Tibetan. Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 



388 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1771. See 1695 for Chinese version. 
275 X 89. 244560. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 70. 

1699. Pu-ta-la miao [chan-li pei] 

(Regulations re: various ranks of Mongolian officials and Lamas 
who attended worship at Potala Temple.) Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. 
Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1687 for history of temple. Manchu 
text starts: Budala juktehen be weileme sanggaha manggi. . . 

148x61.244533. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 71. 

1700. [Pu-ta-la miao chan-li pei] 

(Regulations re: various ranks of Mongolian officials and Lamas 
who attended worship at Potala Temple.) Mongolian, Tibetan. 
Jehol, P'u-t'o-la szu. 1771. See 1699 for Chinese version. 

146x63. 244532. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 72. 

1701. lo-ho ch'u-chien (.h'eng-huang miao nien-hsiang chan-li pa- 
yiin yu hsu pei-chi 

(Poem with preface following worship ceremony of incense offering 
to the City God whose temple was first established at Jehol.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, 
Ch'eng-huang miao. 1773. 

163 X 73. 244563. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 77. 

1702. [Jo-ho ch'u-chien Ch'eng-huang miao nien-hsiang chan-li 
pa-yiin yu-hsii pei-chi] 

(Poem with preface commemorating worship ceremony to City 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 389 

God.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Manchu. Jehol. Ch'eng-huang 
miao. 1773. See 1701 for Chinese version. Manchu text starts: Ze ho- 

i b[. . .] fukjin weilehe. . . 

162x77. 244564. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 78. 

1703. [Jo-ho ch'u-chien Ch'eng-huang miao nien-hsiang chan-li 
pa-yiin yu-hsii pei-chi\ 

(Poem with preface commemorating worship ceremony to City 
God.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Mongolian. Cheng. Jehol, Ch'eng- 
huang miao. 1773. See 1701 for Chinese version. 

161 X 74. 244565. 
Franke/Laufer, Tafel 79. 

1704. [Jo-ho ch'u-chien Ch'eng-huang miao nien-hsiang chan-li 
pa-yiin yu-hsii pei-chi] 

(Poem with preface commemorating worship ceremony to City 
God.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Turkish. Jehol, Ch'eng-huang miao. 
1773. See 1701 for Chinese version. 

162 X 76. 244566. 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 80. 

1705. Chieh-t'an chien wu-pai lo-han tsun-che pei-chi 

(Record of engravings of 500 Lohans at Chieh-t'an Temple.) CHU 
KUEI. Cheng: KUAN PAO. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an 
szu. 1773. 

63 X 126. 244209. 

1706.. Hsin-ch'un ju-i lao-hui pei-chi 

(Formation of the "New Year Good Wishes Assn.," a fund for an- 
nual pilgrimages to Chieh-t'an Temple.) Hsing: LU CHIH-MING. 



390 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an Temple. 1774. 
95 X 60. 244202. 

1707. Ch'ung-chien An-lan ch'iao pei-chi 

(Restoration of An-lan Bridge.) Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan, Tainan 
Historical Museum. 1774. Tablet erected by SU WAN-LI. 

108x63.264210. 

Huang Tien-ch'tian (1), 1/92-93. 

1708. [Ch 'ien-lung yii-pi tz 'u Shan-hsi hsun-fu Pi Yiian te-yii shih] 

(Exchange of poetic expression re: imperial pleasure at the rainfall 
which ended a serious drought.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG, PI 
YUAN, Governor of Shensi. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Cheng: PI YUAN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1774. 

32x109.245414. 

1709. / Hei-lung fan ch'i yii [pei-chi] 

(Poems re: imperial prayers for rain at ceremonies conducted at Hei- 
lung fan.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. West of Peking, Hei-lung fan. 1774. 

134x74. 244165. 

1710. Szu Ch'ing-chen szu kung-she pei-chi 

(Communal fund established by four mosques to assist journeying 
Moslems in distress, and to provide financial help for funerals of the 
poor.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1774. 

58 X 42. 245023/1 (d. 245023/2). 

1711. Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hang Chin-ch'uan kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh 
pei-wen 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 391 

(Imperial inscription re: pacification of the Chin-ch'uan rebels in 
Szechwan.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng. Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1776. 

350 X 152. 244114. 

Hummel (1), 8, 252-253. Kao-tsung (1), ch. 31, p. 399. 

1712. [Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hang Chin-ch'uan kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh 
pei-yin] 

Han-i araha Zanla Cucin-i ha he necihiyeme toktohufi amha tacikoi 
yamun de gungge mutehe be alaha eldengge wehei hithe. 

(Pacification of the Chin-ch'uan rebels.) Manchu. Cheng. Peking, 
Kuo-tzu-chien. 1776. Reverse of 1711 written in Chinese. 

342x152. 244115. 

1713. Yu-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan lo-ming Lo-wu wei chih pei 

Gin cuwan-i hahe necihiyeme toktohufi Lenuwei-i hade folon 
folohume ilihuha eldengge wehei hithe. 

(Pacification of Chin-ch'uan rebels in Szechwan.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Ch., Mongolian, Tibetan, and Manchu. Cheng. Szechwan, 
Mou-kung hsien, Lo-wu wei. 1776. 

Two sheets: 256 x 116 (a), 253 x 110 (b). 245193a-b. 

Kao-tsung (1), ch. 31, p. 405. 

1714. Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan lo-ming Mei-no chih pei 

Gin cuwan-i hahe necihiyeme toktohufi Meino-i hade folon folohume 
ilihuha eldengge wehei hithe. 

(Subjugation of Chin-ch'uan rebels in Western Szechwan.) Ch., 
Tibetan, Mongolian, and Manchu. Cheng. Szechwan, Mou-kung 
hsien. 1776. 

Two sheets. 280 x 120 (a), 295 x 104 (b). 245194a-b (d. 234915 [chin., 
ma.], 234916 [ma., tib.]. 

Kao-tsung (1), ch. 31, p. 404. 



892 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1715. I An-yiian miao tso 

(Two stanzas of seven-character poem commemorating a visit to the 
Lama temple of An-yiian.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, An-yiian miao. 1776. 

82x41. 244541. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 54. 

1716. [Kuo Lou-hsiang Yen-tzu tz'u ts6\ 

(Poem to YEN HUI written during visit to his shrine.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ii- 
fu. 1776. 

147 X 14. 244662. 

1717. Chiln-ch'eng tso shu kung kuan \pei-chi] 

(Memorial to CHIANG HSIANG-YEN, Prefect of Taiwan, re: 
establishment of a new residence for subordinate officials.) Cheng. 
Taiwan, Tainan, Tainan Historical Museum. 1777. Tablet erected by 
YEH CH'I-CHIAO, et al. 

51x102.264211. 

Huang Tien-ch'iian (1), 2/101-102. 

1718. [Kuan-yin shen hsiang] 

(Kuan-3dn on a cloud of smoke; sutra and imperial inscription.) \ 
Cheng: Emperor CH 'lEN-LUNG dated 1762. Chekiang, Sheng-yin 
szu. 1779. 

Scroll: 291x112. 116481. 

1719. Hsi-t'i huo-tung sung tso 

(Poem re: the miraculous pine tree at Chieh-t'an Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 393 

Ma-an shan. Chieh-t'an szu. 1779. 
92x55. 244201/1 (d. 244201/2). 

1720. Hsii-mi-fu-shou chih miao tsun-chih \pei-chi\ 

(Temple regulations re: worship, approved by imperial order.) Ch. 
and Manchu. Cheng. Jehol, Hsii-mi-fu-shou szu. 1779. Manchu text 
starts: Sumiri-i adali hoturi jalafungga juktechen de. . . 

144x61. 244556. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 73. 

1721. [Hsii-mi-fu-shou chih miao tsun-chih pei-chi] 

(Imperial order re: Hsii-mi-fu-shou Temple.) Emperor CHTEN- 
LUNG. Mongolian and Tibetan. Cheng. Jehol, Hsii-mi-fu-shou szu. 
1779. For Chinese version see 1720. Tibetan text starts: bKra-sis 
Ihun-po'i Iha-khan-du. . . 

147x63.244534. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 74. 

K'UAI-HSiJEH T'ANG FA SHU 

Note. According to Emperor CH 'lEN-LUNG's K 'uai-hsUeh t 'ang 
chi (see below, entry 1722), the original stones were cut from a 
selected collation of examples of famous autographs. This collection 
of engraved stones, owned by FENG CH'UAN and called Kuai- 
hsiieh shih-k'o, was later purchased by YANG CHING-SU, Gover- 
nor of Fukien, and subsequently offered to Emperor Ch'ien-lung. 
Because of variations in both the size and types of stone used. 
Emperor Ch'ien-lung ordered the entire collection to be re-cut to 
standard slabs of stone. This was accomplished ca. 1780. The Field 
Museum rubbings are from these Imperial Palace re-cuts, referred 
to as the "Nei-t'a" edition. 

The title was partly composed from an example of calligraphy 
written by WANG HSI-CHIH which began with the first two 
characters, "K'uai-hsiieh. . ." ("Fair weather after snowing. . ."). 
Catsdogue entries here are in the same order as originally given to 
these slabs by the palace editor: 



394 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1722. K'uai-hsueh fang chi 

(Imperial introduction to the collection). Slabs. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. 

29 X 74. 244473, no. 1 (d. 244474). 

Liang Chang-chii (1), 5/30-31 (re: Chiu t'a K'uai-hsueh fang fieh). Lu 
Shih-i (1), 32-33 (re: Shu K'uai-hsueh shih-ching fieh hou). Ou-yang 
Fu (1), 13/12 (re: K'uai-hsUeh fang fieh). 

1723. Wang I shu 

— I — . /^T •<s> 

Cheng. 

32 X 30. 244473, no. 2 (d. 244474). 

1724. Wang Hsi-chih shu 

Hsing, cheng. 

Five sheets: 39 x 85. 244473, no. 3 (d. 244474). lUus. 

1725. Wang Hsia shu 

Ju >\? ^ 

Hsing, ts'ao. 

32 X 37. 244473, no. 4 (d. 244474). 

1726. Wang Hsien-chih shu 

Cheng. 

Two sheets: 32 x 92, 32 x 96. 244473, no. 5 (d. 2AAA1A). 

1727. Ou-yang Hsiln shu 

Hsing. 

32 X 50. 244473. no. 6 (d. 244474). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 395 

1728. Ch'u Sui-liang shu 

Cheng. 

32 X 90. 244473, no. 7 (d. 244474). Illus. 

1729. Hsii Hao shu 

^^ ^^i ^ 

Hsing. 

Three sheets: 32 x 82, 32 x 20, 32 x 35. 244473, no. 8 (d. 244474). 

1730. Yen Chen-ch'ing shu 

Hsing. 

Four sheets: 32 x 90. 244473, no. 9 (d. 2AAA1A). 

1731. Huai-su shu 

Ts'ao. 

32x34. 244473, no. 10. 

1732. Kao Hsien shu 

Ts'ao. 

32x29. 244473, no. 11. 

1733. Liu Kung-ch'uan shu 

Ts'ao. 

32 X 56. 244473, no. 12 (d. 244474). 

1734. Li Chien-chung shu 
Hsing. 



396 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

32 X 60. 244473, no. 13 (d. 244474). 

1735. Ts'ai Hsiang shu 

Hsing, ts'ao. 

Two sheets: 32 x 40, 32 x 88. 244473, no. 14 (d. 244474). 

1736. Su Shih shu 

Hsing, ts'ao. 

Six sheets: 32x89, 32x76, 32x96, 32x32, 32x53, 32x42. 
244473, no. 15 (d. 244474). 

1737. Huang T'ing-chien shu 

Hsing. 

Two sheets: 39x 87, 39x 38. 244473, no. 16 (d. 244474). 

1738. Mi Fei shu 

Cheng, hsing, ts'ao. 

Twelve sheets: 32 x 90, 32 x 83, 32 x 46. 244473, no. 17 (d. 244474). 

1739. Sung Kao-tsung shu 

Cheng. 

Four sheets: 32 x 90. 244473, no. 18 (d. 244474). 

1740. Wu Chu shu 

Hsing. 

32 X 68. 244473, no. 19 (d. 244474). 

1741. Chang Chi-chih shu 



i 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RXJBBINGS 897 

^II ep L ^ 

Hsing. 

Three sheets: 32 x 10, 32 x 25, 32 x 32. 244473, no. 20 (d. 244474). 

1742. Hsieh Shao-p 'eng shu 

Ts'ao. 

32 X 50. 244473, no. 21 (d. 244474). 

1743. Chao Meng-fu shu 

Cheng, hsing. 

Five sheets: 32 x 92, 32 x 76, 32 x 90. 244473, no. 22 (d. 244474). 
lUus. 

1744. Hsiu-yiin szu Lung-hua tao-ch'ang pei-chi 

(Fourth convocation of the Lung-hua Assembly to preach the Bud- 
dha truth at Hsiu-yiin Temple. Given in honor of the seventieth 
birthday of Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG.) TE-PAO. Cheng. Western 
Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 1780. 

24 X 23 (head), 150 x 67 (text). 244228a-b. 

1745. [Yii-pi hsieh shou pan-ch'an sheng-seng ping tsan] 

(Painting of the ch'un tree [Shorea robusta], symbolism of long life, 
presented to the Panchan Lama upon his birthday by Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG; eulogy.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch., Tibetan, 
Manchu, and Mongohan. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, 
Huang szu. 1780. 

232 X 101. 244007/1 (d. 244007/2). 

Bauer (1), (t,r). Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 12. 

1746. Hsii-mi-fu-shou chih miao pei-chi 



398 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Sumiri alin-i adali hoturi jalafungga juktehen-i eldengge wehei 
ejebuTL 

(Establishment of Hsii-mi fu-shou Temple in honor of the Tibetan 
Panchan Lama, Blo-bzah dPal-dan ye-ses, and for his use.) Ch. and 
Manchu. Addition in seal script: ^^p ^ Han-i arahangge. Chuan, 
Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol. 1780. 

53 X 55 (head), 353 x 167 (text). 244531a-b. 

Franke (2), 56-60 (t). Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 75. 

1747. [Ch'ien-lung yii-t'i] 

(Poem.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hangchow. 1780. 

154 X 25. 244938. Illus. 

1748. Shan-hsi hsiin-fu Pi lao ta-jen te-cheng pei 

K N% ^ #, * ^ ^ ;v i* iUi 

(Memorial to the Hon. PI, Governor of Shensi for protecting Shensi 
Moslems against rebellious Moslems of Kansu.) Cheng. Hsi-an. 
1781. 

Scroll: 234x84. 121150 (d. 244882/1, 244882/2). 

1749. Hsin-chiang ting hou \yii-chih shih] 

(Personal expressions in poetry re: restoration of peace after the 
military campaign in Sinkiang.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Jehol, An-yiian miao. 1781. 

77 x 36. 244540. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 54. 

1750. [Ch'ung-hsiu P'an-shan Wan-sung szu pei-chi] 



(Restoration of Wan-sung Temple.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 399 

shan, Wan-sung szu. 1781. 
78 X 48. 244287. 

1751. [Shang-yii Kan-sheng ni Hui tzu-shih pei] 

(Imperial edict re: suppression of rebellious Moslems in Kansu, and 
protection of those Moslems who did not take part in the rebellion.) 
Cheng. Kansu. 1781. 

147 X 62. 244343/1 (d. 244343/2). 

1752. Ch'ing ching hua ch'eng t'a chi 

Bolgo boloko kobulika-i subargan-i ejebun. 

(Eulogy to the Panchan Lama, and history of the stupa erected to 
him in the Yellow Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Man- 
chu. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Huang szu. 1782. 

226 X 83. 244008. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 13. Ludwig (1), (t). 

1753. [Meng-tsang-wen Ch'ing ching hua ch'eng t'a chi] 

(Eulogy to the Panchan Lama and history of the stupa erected to 
him in the Yellow Temple, Peking.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Tibetan and Mongolian. Cheng. Peking, Huang szu. 1782. See 1752 
for Chinese version. 

227 X 83. 244009 (d. 245562). 
Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 14. 

1754. Chii kan-chieh jen Li Fa-sheng teng lo-pei 

(Willing bond in mosque signed by LI FA-SHENG and others prom- 
ising not to repeat misdemeanors.) Cheng. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1782. 

163 X 53. 245078. 



400 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1755. [Kao-shih yen-chin jao-luan ku Ch'ing-chen lien-pan-pai szu 

(Proclamation by District Magistrate of K'ai-feng protecting 
mosque against Moslems emigrating to K'ai-feng.) Magistrate HO. 
Cheng. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1782. 

172x62.245079. 

1756. [Tui huo-tung sung yu ching ts6\ 

(Poem re: the miraculous pine tree at Chieh-t'an Temple.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Man-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1783. 

99x40. 244199/1 (d. 244199/2). 

1757. [Ch'ung-hsiu Shih-fang p'u-chiieh szu lo-ch'eng chan-li erh- 
shou pei-chi] 

(Poems re: restoration of P'u-chiieh Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, P'u-chiieh 
szu. 1783. 

200x70.244155. 

1758. [Chiang-nan chung-k'o chiian k'uan pei-chi] 

(Re-distribution of fund to five mosques in Canton by merchants 
traveling from Chiang-nan.) MA I-MAO. Cheng. Kwangtung, Can- 
ton. 1783. 

80 X 57. 245038 (d. 245047). 

1759. Fa-yiian szu pei-chi 

Sajin tunggu juktehen-i ejebun. 

(Imperial inscription at Fa-yiian Temple re: the spread of Lamaism 
into China after the reunion of Tibet with the empire.) Emperor 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 401 

CH'IEN-LUNG. Ch. and Manchu. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Peking, Fa-yiian szu. 1784. 

218 X 78. 244094. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 22. 

1760. [Fa-yiian szu pei-chi] 

(Imperial inscription at Fa-ytian Temple, restored as a residence for 
the first IcaA-skya Khutukhtu in Peking.) Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Tibetan and Mongohan. Cheng. Peking, Fa-yiian szu. 1784. 
See 1759 for Chinese version. 

218 X 80. 244095. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 23. 

1761. [Chia-ch'en chung-ch'un chung-huan yu-t'i\ 

(Poem in praise of YEN HUI.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'ti-fu, Confucius Temple. 
1784. 

143 X 13. 244663. 

1762. [Hui-min Kuo Tsung-chou pin ch'ing pao-hu ku Ch'ing-chen 
szu tsun-hsing chiu-li kao-shih pei-wen] 

(Proclamation by District Magistrate of K'ai-feng protecting an- 
cient mosque of K'ai-feng, and permitting ancient rites to continue.) 
Magistrate HSU. Cheng. K'ai-feng. 1784. 

167 X 62. 245080. 

1763. Wu-fu wu-tai fang chi 

(Commemoration re: a hall named "Five Fortunes and Five Genera- 
tions.") Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Peking, Imperial Palace. 1784. 

27x12.245601. 



402 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

TSA-LU CHIN T'ANG WU-TAI SUNG YUAN FA-SHU 

Tsa-lu Chin T'ang Wu-tai Sung Yiian fa-shu 

(Miscellaneous collection of calligraphy in the styles of 
calligraphers of the Chin, T'ang, Five Dynasties, Sung, and Yiian 
periods). Slab. Hsing: CH'EN CHAO-LUN. Peking. 1785 (date of 
colophon) or later. 

1764. [Hsii] 

if 
(Preface dated 1763). CH'EN CHAO-LUN. 
29 X 60. 244485. 

S- ^^i :t — 
Lin fa shu i 

1765. Chin WANG HSI-CHIH 

Six sheets: 29 x 75, 29 x 10. 244485, series 1, a-f. 

1766. WANG HSIEN-CHIH [Chin] 

Two sheets: 29 x 60, 29 x 30. 244485, series 1, f-g. 

1767. WANG HSUN [Chin] 

28x 44. 244485, series 1, g. 

1768. WANG MIN [Chin] 

29 X 15. 244485, series 1, h. 

1769. Wu-tai Liang WU-TI 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 403 

29 X 40. 244485, series 1, h. 
Lin fa shu erh E^ li\ ■% — 

1770. T'ang CHANG HSU 

29x 61. 244485, series 2, a. 

1771. T'ang HUAI-SU 

if Mi 

Two sheets: 29 x 61, 29 x 77. 244485, series 2, a-b. 

1772. T'ang LIU KUNG-CH'tJAN 

29 X 73. 244485, series 2, c. 

1773. OU-YANG HSUN [T'ang] 

29 X 59. 244485, series 2, d. 

1774. YtJ SHIH-NAN [T'ang] 

Two sheets: 29 x 14, 29 x 4. 244485, series 2, d-e. 

1775. CH'U SUI-LIANG [T'ang] 

29 X 30. 244485, series 2, e. 

1776. HSIEH CHI [T'ang] 

iHtW\ 

29 X 43. 244485, series 2, f. 

1777. YEN LU-KUNG [T'ang] 



404 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Three sheets: 29 x 70, 29 x 70, 29 x 30. 244485, series 2, g-i. 
1778. LI YUNG [T'ang] 

i m] 

29 X 31. 244485, series 2, i. 



1779. LI CHIEN-CHUNG [Sung] 

Three sheets: 29 x 10, 29 x 70, 29 x 20. 244485, series 2, i-k. 

1780. YANG NING-SHIH [Wu-tai] 

29 X 22. 244485, series 2, k. 
Lin fa shu san few llX •%- -^ 

1781. TS'AI HSIANG [Sung] 

Three sheets: 29 x 70, 29 x 70, 29 x 16. 244485, series 3, a-c. 



1782. SU SHIH [Sung] 

Ten sheets: 29 x 60 (c), 29 x 30 (d), 29 x 70 (e-k), 29 x 30 (I). 244485, 
series 3, c-1. Illus. 

Starr (2), 1 (1 specimen). 
Lin fa shu szu S.'?^ -"Ci ■% ^-^ 

1783. HUANG LU-CHIH [Sung] 

Two sheets: 29 x 73. 244485, series 4, a-b. 

1784. MI FEI [Sung] 



I TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 405 

Four sheets: 29 x 73. 244485, series 4, c-f. 

I 1785. HSIEH SHAO-P'ENG [Sung] 

Two sheets: 29x 74, 29x 16. 244485, series 4, g-h. 

1786. CHAD MENG-FU [Yuan] 

Three sheets: 29 x 57, 29 x 73, 29 x 12. 244485, series 4, h-j. 

1787. HSIEN-YU CH'U [Yuan] 

29 X 75. 244485, series 4, j. 



1788. [Liang T'ung pa] 

(Colophon by LIANG T'UNG). Hsing: LIANG T'UNG. 1785. 

29 X 30. 244485, series 4, k. 

1789. [Miao-ying szu pa-yiin] 

(Poetic eulogy to the White Stupa in the Miao-ying Temple.) 
Emperor CH lEN-LUNG. Hsing. Peking, Miao-ying szu. 1785. 

214x77.244016. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 19. 

1790. [Ch'ien-lung P'u-chueh szu chan-li tso-shih pei-chi] 

(Poem commemorating a ceremonial visit to P'u-chiieh Temple.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Western Hills, P'u-chiieh szu. 1785. 

204x77. 244153. 



406 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1791. [Shih-tien hsien-shih K'ung-tzu li ch'eng shu shih shih pei- 
chi] 

(Poems commemorating seasonal sacrificial offerings personally 
made by the Emperor to the Confucius Temple at Kuo-tzu-chien.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Pe- 
king, Confucius Temple, Kuo-tzu-chien. (1785). 

331 X 120. 244104. 

1792. Yeh Ming-ling pa-yiln yu-hsii 

(Poem of eight rhymed stanzas commemorating a visit to the Ming 
tombs.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1785. 

181x116. 244469. 

1793. [Han shih-ching ts'an-pei mu-pen] 

(Han stone classics.) Li. SHEN CHAO-TING, engr, Hsi-an, Con- 
fucius Temple. 1786. Fragment re-cut by SHEN CHAO-TING. Col- 
ophon dated 1786. 

93 X 7. 245465. 

1794. [Wei-shih ling Cheng Chi-hsilan pei-ts'e hsin-k'o tzu] 

(Notes added to tombstone tablet of CHENG CHI-HSUAN. 
Magistrate of Wei-shih District.) HUANG I. Li. Shantung, Chi-ning 
chou, Confucius Temple. 1786. From side of 289, dated ca. 186, 
(reverse of 290). Names of WENG FANG-KANG and LI TUNG- 
CH'I, etc. inscribed on tablet. 

115 X 18. 244605 (d. 244672/1, 244672/2). 

Weng Fang-kang (1), 8/31-32 (t,c). 

1795. [Tung-Han hsien chi-liu t'i-mu k'o] 

^ -^ t ^ Mi t^ ?l ^ ^ il 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 407 

(Commemoration of a meeting between friends of the L. Han 
period.) Li. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1786. Re-cut by SHEN 
T'lEH-SHAN from stone dated 142 originally located in Hsiao-yao 
Mountain, Chien-yang hsien, Szechwan. Reverse of 1555. 

91 X 47. 245467. 

Feng Yun-p'eng (1), vol. 4 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 7/14-15 (t.c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 14/18-19 (t,c). 

1796. Ch'ung-li Han Wu shih tz'u shih-chi 

(Record of restoration of stones from WU family shrine, Hon 
period.) WENG FANG-KANG. Chuan, li: WENG FANG-KANG. 
CHENG CHIH-TSUNG, engr. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, Tzu- 
yiin shan. 1787. 

Seven sheets: 30-35x41-86. 244570/la-g (d. 244570/2, 116392). 

Chavannes (4), VIMX; pi. XLIV a-e. Jung Keng (1), 4 (c). Weng 
Fang-kang (1), 15/47-48 (text). 

1797. [P'u-chiieh szu chan-li i lit pei-chi] 



■^ "-"^ ^ m t5 ^ 1^^^ ic 



^^-^^mn-'iut 



(Poem accompanied by a note explaining the present name of P'u- 
chiieh Temple from that given to it in the T'ang dynasty. Wo-fo szu.) 
Emperor CHTEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Western hills, P'u-chueh szu. 1787. 

200x73. 244156. 



1798. Ch'ung-hsiu Pai-yiin kuan pei-chi 



(History of Pai-yiin Monastery, formerly called T'ai-chi kung, then 
Ch'ang-ch'un kung, after the courtesy name of CHTU CH'U-CHI. 
The monastery had been re-named by GENGHIS KHAN. The name 
of Pai-yiin kuan was subsequently given by Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Peking, Pai-yun kuan. 1788. 

222x115. 244324. 



408 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1799. Dasame dasatame weilehe Be yon kowaran-i eldengge 
ivehei ejebun. 

(History of Pai-yiin Monastery.) Manchu. Cheng. Peking, Pai-yiin 
kuan. 1788. See 1798 for Chinese version. 

232x114. 244326. 

1800. [Ch'ien-lung chan-li tso] 

mtmtif 

(Imperial poem with note following restoration of the old Taoist Pai- 
yiin Monastery.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1788. 

227x112. 244325. 

1801. [P'u-chiieh szu chan-li ch'eng-shih pei-chi] 



(Poem commemorating a visit to P'u-chiieh Temple; accompanied by 
notes re: the first dedication of the Recumbent Buddha in the T'ang 
dynasty.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Western Hills, P'u-chiieh szu. 1789. 

126x41. 244157. 

1802. \Wen Cheng-ming hui lan-shih fu shih] 

(Painting of orchids and rock, poem in five-character verse). WEN 
CHENG-MING, auth./art. Ts'ao: WEN CHENG-MING. CHANG 
SHIH, tracer. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. Ch'ien-lung, ca. 1790. Seal of 
collector: KENG CHAO-CHUNG. 

90 X 33. 245563. Illus. 

1803. [Li Liu-fang hui-lan] 

^ :-h ^ i.^1^ 

(Painting of orchids and poem.) LI LIU-FANG, auth./art. Ts'ao: LI 
LIU-FANG. CHANG SHIH, tracer. Peking, Shan-kuo szu. 1790. 

88x33. 245566. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 409 

1804. [Pei-p'ing Weng Fang-kang lai kuan Chi-ning hsiieh-kung 
chu-pei t'i-tzu] 

(Personal inscription commemorating visit to Confucius Temple at 
Chi-ning chou to see stone tablet inscriptions.) WENG FANG- 
KANG. Li. Shantung, Chi-ning chou, Confucius Temple. 1790. 

108 X 17. 244606 (d. 244672-1/1, 244672-1/2). 

1805. [Ch'ien-lung yii-chih pei\ 

(Imperial praise to HAN YU and CHANG CHAD.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Kuo- 
tzu-chien. 1790. 

50x106.244124. 

1806. Chi shih-ku so-yu wen ch'eng shih chang chih shih ku 
ch'ung-k'o hsii 

(Preface and text of the re-cut stone drums inscriptions compiled 
from extant inscriptions into 10 stanzas.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG 
(preface). Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 
1790. 

Four sheets pasted together: 248 x 111. 244125-244128. 

1807. [Mu-k'o shih-ku wen] 

(Re-cut stone drums inscriptions made by order of Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG from the HSUAN-WANG inscriptions.) WANG 
CHIEH, et al. Chuan. CHAD PING-CH'UNG, tracer. Peking, Kuo- 
tzu-chien. 1790. Calligraphy emulates the seal style called Chou-shu. 

Ten sheets: 124-132x46. 244097a-j. 

Ch'ien Ta-hsin (1), 1/3 (c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 1/35. 

1808. [Ch'ung-p'ai shih-ku wen yin-hsUn] 



410 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Explanation of the reconstructed stone drums inscriptions from 
the text of the Shih-ku wen yin-hsiin compiled by the Yiian scholar, 
P'AN TI.)* WANG CHIEH et al. Chuan, cheng. Peking, Kuo-tzu- 
chien. 1790. 

Four sheets pasted together: 222 x 109. 244098. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 1/35. 

*399 characters still extant in Yiian period as against only 310 in Ch'ien-lung. 

1809. \T'i Lou-hsiang Yen-tzu tz'u pei\ 



5^ 



i^^^m^w^i 



(Poetic eulogy to shrine of YEN HUI.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Shantung, Ch'u-fu, Confucius 
Temple. 1790. 

128x51.244661. 

1810. [Shun-t'ien fu tung-lu t'ing Chi-chou cheng-t'ang Liu wei 
kao-shih pei-chi] 

(Official proclamation by Sub-Prefect LIU regarding a special dona- 
tion to Wan-sung Temple, and protection of its property.) Cheng. 
N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. 1791. 

80 X 50. 244288. 

1811. [Pao-tsang szu lien-tso tui-lien] 

(Rhymed antithetical couplets honoring Kuan-yin.) Pair of pillars. 
CHOU TSAN-SHOU. Hsing. Taiwan, Taipei, Pao-tsang szu. 1791. 

Two sheets: 136x25. 264212a-b. Made by M. K. STARR, Taipei, 
1960. 

1812. [T'i Han Wu shih szu pei shih-k'o] 



Ie 



iity^^WZiZM 



(Four WU family names from four Han tablets.) Li: LI TUNG-CH'I. 
Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien. 1792. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 41 1 

62x39. 244746/1 (d. 244746/2, 116400). 

Chavannes (2), 94-109 (t,c). Chavannes (4), "Inscription de Li Tong 
K'i." Jung Keng (1), 5-6 (t,c). 

1813. [Ch'ien Yung t'i-chi Han Wu shih shih-shih shih-k'o] 

(Record of the discovery of lost WU family stones, and the building 
of "Wu-shih tz'u-t'ang" at Chia-hsiang hsien to store the stones.) 
CH'IEN YUNG. Li: CH'IEN YUNG. Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien, 
Tzu-yiin shan. 1792. 

30x87. 244218/1 (d. 244218/2, 116398). 

Chavannes (4), pi. XLIV, f, and introd. pp. X-XI. Chavannes (2), 
113-114. 

1814. [/ Hei-lung fan ch'i-yil ts6\ 

(Poems commemorating imperial prayers for rain at Hei-lung fan.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. (1792). 

132x75. 244168. 

1815. La-ma shuo 

(Comments on Lamaism, origin of division between the Dalai Lama 
and the Panchan Lama, and politico-religious relationships among 
peoples of China, Mongolia, and Tibet in Ch'ing times.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Peking, Yung- 
ho kung (Lama Temple). 1792. 

287x113. 244002. See 1818 (Tibetan version), 1817 (Mongolian), 
1816 (Manchu). 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 4. Lessing (1), (t). 

1816. Lama be gisurehe fiyelen 

(Comments on Lamaism.) Manchu. Peking, Yung-ho kung. 1792. 
280 X 110. 244004. See 1815, Chinese version. 



412 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 5. Lessing (1), (t). 

1817. [Meng-wen La-ma shuo] 

(Comments on Lamaism.) Mongolian. Peking, Yung-ho kung. 1792. 
286 X 116. 244003. See 1815, Chinese version. 
Franke, Laufer (1), Tafel 6. Lessing (1), (t). 

1818. [Tsang-wen La-ma shuo] 

(Comments on Lamaism.) Tibetan. Peking, Yung-ho kung (Lama 
Temple). 1792. 

289 X 118. 244001. See 1815 for Chinese version. 

Franke/Laufer (1), Tafel 7. Lessing (1), (t). 

1819. Shih-she hsiang-huo ti-mou pei-chi 

(Donation by two brothers of land and a 15-room house to Wan-sung 
Temple.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. 1792. 

88 X 38. 244290. 

1820. [P'u-chiieh szu chan-li shih pei-chi] 

(Poem commemorating ceremonial visit to P'u-chiieh Temple.) 
Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. 
Western Hills, P'u-chueh szu. 1793. 

233x37. 244154. 

1821. [/ Hei-lung fan ch'i-yii] 

(Poem re: imperial prayers for rain at Hei-lung fan.) Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Hei-lung fan. 1794. 

125x27.244167. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 413 

1822. [Ch'in Ying teng t'ung yu Ling-yin szu chi\ 

(Personal inscription of CH'IN YING and others commemorating a 
journey to Hangchow.) Li. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1795. 

128 X 45. 244936. 

1823. [Huang I Ch'ien Yung t'i-tzu] 

(Personal inscription commemorating a visit to Ling-yin Temple.) 
Li: CH'IEN YUNG. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1795. 

35x29.244925. 

1824. [Wo-fo szu chan-li te-chii pei-chi] 

(Poem commemorating imperial visit to Wo-fo Temple, the old name 
for P'u-chiieh Temple.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills. P'u-chueh szu. 1795. 

222 X 39. 244158. 

1825. / Hei-lung fan ch'i-yii liu yiin 

(Five character poetry in six stanzas re: imperial prayers for rain at 
Hei-lung fan.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. 1796. 

131 X 26. 244166. 

1826. [Ming tzu huang-ti i Hei-lung fan hsieh-yii ts6\ 

(Poem re: appearance of Emperor CHIA-CH'ING as Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG 's representative to Hei-lung fan to express thanks 
for rain received.) Hsing: Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, 
Hei-lung fan. 1796. 

135x26.244171. 

1827. [Pai-shou-fu pei] 



414 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(One hundred examples of shou characters.) Chuan: LI YUAN- 
FENG. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1796. 

135 X 55. 244838/1 (d. 244838/2). 

1828. [Yii Ta-ching ch'i chiian fu i wu yii Ch'ing-chen szu wei 
hsien-jen tso chi-jih fei-yung pei-chi] 

(Bequest of YU TA-CHING of her deceased husband's house to a 
mosque.) Cheng. N.p. Chia-ch'ing (1796-1820). 

46 X 24. 244967. 

1829. [Li-pai szu pei] 

(Inscription at Li-pai Mosque.) Ch. (list of donors) and Arabic (text). 
Cheng. Peking, Li-pai szu. Chia-ch'ing (1796-1820). 

84x36. 244347/1 (d. 244341/2). 

1830. / Hei-lung fan ch'i-yii yung ch'ii-sui shih yiin 

(Poem re: imperial prayers for rain at Hei-lung fan, using rhymes 
from previous poems.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG. Hsing: Emperor 
CH'IEN-LUNG. Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. 1797. 

134x27. 244170. 

1831. / Hei-lung fan ch'i-yii shih 

(Poetic prayer for rain following imperial attendance at Hei-lung 
fan.) Emperor CH'IEN-LUNG (retired). Cheng: Emperor CH'IEN- 
LUNG. Western Hills, Hei-lung fan. 1798. 

167x89. 244178. 

1832. [Pao-tsang szu pei] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 415 

(Donation of land toward revenues for lamp oil.) Cheng. Taiwan, 
Taipei, Pao-tsang szu. 1798. Tablet erected by YU TA-CH 'UAN. 

98x 47. 264213. Made by M. K. STARR, Taipei, 1960. 

T'ai-pei shih pei-chieh wen-chi (1959-60), 7. 

1833. [T'ien-ning szu shih-k'o wu-pai ta a-lo-han] 

(Five hundred Arhat figures from T'ien-ning Temple, with name 
above each figure.) Cheng. Kiangsu, Ch'ang-chou. 1799. 

Five albums: 500 faces with figures, 16 faces with inscriptions, 
31x16. 121205-121209. 

1834. Ch'ung-hsiu nan-ch'eng Ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei-chi 
[chi] ch'ung-hsiu pen-szu hsiao-hsu 

(Preface to restoration of a mosque in southern Canton; list of 
donors giving amounts.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. (1800). 

137 X 64. 245033. 

1835. Ch'ung-hsiu ch'eng-nan Ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei-chi 

(List of donors and amounts contributed to restoration of mosque in 
southern Canton.) YANG TS'AI-LUNG. Cheng. Kwangtung, Can- 
ton. 1800. Presumably a continuation of 1834. 

136x62.245042. 

1836. Ling-yiin shan chi-yu 

(Record of a visit to Ling-yiin Mountain area.) SUNG MING-CH'I. 
Hsing: SUNG MING-CH'I. Szechwan, Ling-yun shan. 1804. 

32 x 82. 264230a-b. 

1837. I-chin chai shu-chuan 

'Tis nr- 5)f&. -#" :^ 



416 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Calligraphy from the I-chin chai inscribed by imperial order.) 
Various styles: Prince CH'ENG (YUNG-HSING). Peking. 1804. 

Eleven sheets: 37 x 86. 244503a-k. Incomplete. 

Hummel (1), 2/962-963 ("Yung-hsing"). 



1838. Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui pei-chi 



(Donations by members of the Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui to 
keep the oil lamp permanently burning in the Hsiu-yiin Temple 
Hall.) Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 1804. 

27 X 18 (head), 117 x 61 (text). 244225a-b. 

1839. [Yeh Ming-ling pa-yiin yii-pi] 

(Eight-stanza rhymed poem written as a tribute to the Ming 
emperors.) Emperor CHIA-CH'ING. Hsing: Emperor CHIA- 
CH'ING. Hopeh, Ch'ang-p'ing hsien. 1804. 

182 X 53. 244470. 

1840. [Ch'ung-mu T'ang Li Hsiu ts'an-pei] 

(Epitaph of LI HSIU of T'ang.) Chuan, hsing: HU SUN, tracer. Pe- 
king, Fa-yiian szu. 1805. Re-cut from fragments of the original stone 
in the calligraphy of LI YUNG, dated 742. Copied by WENG 
FANG-KANG. Only 347 extant characters altogether. See 1865. 

75 X 114. 244245/1 (d. 244245/2). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 85/1-6. Weng Fang-kang (2), 2/3a. 

1841. Ch'ung-chien ching-i tz'u chiian-t'i pei-chi 

(Donors to I-min Shrine restoration.) Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan, 
Tainan Historical Museum. 1806. 

66x112. 264214. 

Huang Tien-ch'iian (1), 5/565-566. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 417 

1842. Hsiao-nii Ts'ao O pei 

(Eulogy to TS'AO O, a filial daughter.) Li: CH'IEN YUNG. CH'IEN 
SHU-T'ANG, engr. Chekiang, Shao-hsing. 1808. Replacement of 
original Han stone of 151 in Ch'ien Yung's own calligraphy. Col- 
ophons by CH'EN CH'UAN, CH'IEN YUNG, and CH'EN HUNG- 
LIEH. 

155 X 70. 244946. 

1843. Yung-yiian tuan-sung fang-wu Tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu 
pei-chi 

(Donation of two houses by Mrs. LI, nee TING, to Tung-ying 
Mosque.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1808. 

62x41. 245057. 

1844. \Wu Jung-kuang Fei-lai feng hsia t'i-tzu\ 

(Personal inscription made at Fei-lai Peak, Ling-yin Temple.) Cheng: 
WU JUNG-KUANG. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1810. 

38 X 62. 244930. 

1845. [Yiian-shuai-yeh miao chin-yiieh pei] 

(Prohibitory regulations re: property of Yiian-shuai-yeh Temple.) 
Cheng. Taiwan, Kao-hsiung hsien. 1813. 

63 X 50. 264215. 

Kao-hsiung hsien pei-chieh wen-chi No. 2 (1959-60), 2. 

1846. [Pa-kua shan i chung-ti shih-chin pei] 

(Public proclamation protecting land for a public cemetery at Pa- 
kua Hill.) CH'IEN YEN-HSI, Magistrate of Chang-hua District. 
Cheng. Taiwan, Chang-hua hsien. 1815. Tablet erected by 
CHUANG CHIEH-SAN et al. Dragon and cloud motif on border. 



418 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

208x76. 264216. 

Liu Chih-wan (1), 86-88. 

1847. [Ch'ung-mu Han shih-ching ts'an-tzu ko-pd\ 

(Colophon in praise of a stone fragment from the Han Classics.) 
Ts'ao: WENG FANG-KANG. KUO LIN-YEN, engr. Shantung, 
Ch'u-fu, Confucius Temple. 1818. 

Three sheets: 25 x 86 (a), 25 x 87 (b), 25 x 86 (c). 244636a-c. 

Weng Fang-kang (1), 3/17. 

1848. Tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Donation of house to Tung-ying Mosque.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo- 
shan chen. 1818. 

63 X 45. 245052. 

1849. [Chao Yiian-hsueh chiian-wu ch'eng-nei Tung szu chi Chang 
Chia-chuang szu pei-chi] 

(Donation by CHAO YUAN-HSUEH of house to the Eastern 
mosque in K'ai-feng and the mosque of Chang Chia-chuang.) KAO 
CH'UN. Cheng, Honan, K'ai-feng. 1818. Border design of flowers. 

110x41. 245076. 

1850. Chiang-nan ch'ung chiin Wu-sung chiang pei 

(Commemoration to those responsible for re-dredging the Wusung 
River in Chiang-nan.) T'ANG CHUNG-MIEN. Cheng: T'ANG 
CHUNG-MIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1820. Copied from 
original stone. 

31 X 42. 245238a-c. 

1851. Kung-lei P'ei-an Ma lao hsien-sheng te-chiao pei hsii 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 419 

(Eulogy to MA YUNG-FU, a Moslem teacher of Hsien-ning.) Cheng. 
Hsi-an. After 1820. 

190 X 75. 245549. 

1852. Chih-sheng hsien-shih hsiang 

(Portrait of CONFUCIUS.) Taiwan, Tai-nan, Confucius Temple. 
1821. 

95 X 49. 264225/1 (d. 264225/2, 264225/3). 

1853. Shu Fu-p'ing hsien chen fu Wen Wang shih shih 

(Eulogy to a virtuous girl of the WANG family.) T'ANG CHUNG- 
MIEN. Cheng: T'ANG CHUNG-MIEN. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 
1822. 

32 X 42. 245239. 



1854. Ta T'ang ku tseng t'e chin k'ai fu li-pu shang-shu Chit kuo 
kung T'ang fu-chiln pei 

(Epitaph of T'ANG CHIEN, Duke of Chii State.) Cheng: T'ANG 
CHUNG-MIEN, a descendent. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1822. 
From original tombstone erected in 741 and using 2100 characters 
from various old and contemporary rubbings referring to T'ANG 
CHIEN to replace missing characters. 

Four sheets: 32 x 42. 245240a-d. 

Lu Tseng-hsiang (1), 56/21-24 (t,c). Wang Ch'ang (1), 84/20-46 (t,c). 

1855. Wen-fu 

(Rhymeprose on literature.) Cheng: TENG T'ING-CHEN. LI 
T'lEN-CH'UAN, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1822. 

23 X 29. 245236. 

Fang (1), (t). 



420 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1856. Ch'ung-hsiu Lung-tung ch'ii pei 

(Commemoration to those responsible for the repair of Lung-tung 
Reservoir.) T'ANG CHUNG-MIEN. Cheng: TANG CHUNG- 
MIEN. CH'IU WEN-FA, engr. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1822. 

Three sheets: 32 x 42. 245237a-c. 

1857. [Hsiao-tung-ying szu chih-yeh pei] 

(Recording of house purchased for Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque.) 
Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1822. 

49 X 35. 245048. 

1858. Ch'ung-chien Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Rebuilding of Fu-ch'eng mosque established in Ming and restored 
in 1652.) Cheng. Hopei, Fu-ch'eng, Ch'ing-chen szu. 1823. ^ 
Presumably re-cut from the 1655 commemoration stone with a nota- 
tion added in 1823 re: a "subsequent" restoration. 

21 X 17 (head), 116 x 74 (text). 244352a-b. 

1859. Shuai yu chiu-chang pei 

(Essay on the orthodox nature of Islam.) LIU CHING-HSING. " 
Arabic. Cheng: LIU CHING-HSING. Hopei, Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou 
szu. 1823. 

37 X 27 (head), 157 x 85 (text). 244355. 

1860. Ch'ing-chen li-pai Yung-shou szu pei-chi 

(Caption indicating an inscribed tablet from the Yung-shou 
Mosque.) MA WEN-CHIH. Cheng. Hopei, Fu-ch'eng. (1823). 

85 X 69. 244350. 

1861. Fu kuan yiieh Wang chih shih pei 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 421 

(Eulogy to a friend and scholar named WANG PO-I.) YAO HSI- 
FAN. Cheng: KUO SHANG-HSIEN. (Peking). 1825. 

25 X 79. 244460. 

Hummel (1), 437 ("Kuo Shang-hsien"). 

1862. Pai-yiin kuan huo-tsu tien hsiang-yen pu-shih lo-ming chih 
pei-chi 

(Gifts from Taoist believers for expenses incurred at Hall of the God 
of Fire, Pai-yiin Monastery.) T'lEH LIN. Hsing: CH'EN CHIH- 
CHIEH. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1826. 

124x60. 244315. 

1863. Wu-chiin ming-huan hsien-hsien i-hsiang shih-k'o 

(Portraits of famous officials and eminent persons of Wu-chiin.) 
Slabs. K'UNG CHI-YAO, art. T'AN SUNG-P'O, engr. Cheng. 
Kiangsu, Wu-hsien, Ts'ang-lang t'ing. 1827. 

Album: 403 faces, 30x 15. 119579 (d. 119582, 119585, 119592). 

1864. Lo-pei fen-ch'i liu-ts'un yung-chiu shih-lueh 

(Recording of a donation by Chi-ch'ing T'ang of two houses to a 
mosque and the burning of the deed to prove its irrevocability.) 
Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1827. 

62 X 45. 245027. 

1865. T'ang ku Yiin-hui chiang-chiin Li kung pei 

(Epitaph of General LI HSIU.) Chuan, hsing: LI YUNG (original 
stone). CHOU YU-T'ANG, tracer. Peking, Fa-yiian szu. 1827. Re-cut 
from a Sung Rubbing made by KUO CHO-JAN from original T'ang 
stone. Colophon by CHIANG TS'E dated 1827. Also colophons by 
YING HO, CHU WEI-PI, and CHEN WAN-CHANG. 



422 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

45x37 (head), 190 x 110 (text). 244244/la-b (d. 244244/2). 

Note: colophon written in 1226 by CHU WEI-PI mentions the Sung 
rubbing as still possessing 1,529 characters. See 1840. 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 85/1-6 (t). 

1866. [Pu chih Lung-shan szu ta-shih hsiang t'ien lo-ming pei-chi] 

(Donors of land for revenue toward temple repairs.) CH'EN SHU- 
CHUN. Cheng: TS'AI SHIH-FANG. Taiwan, Taipei, Wan-hua, 
Lung-shan szu. 1829. Dragon motif on headstone. 

Two sheets: 178 x 69. 264217a-b. Made by M. K. STARR, Taiwan, 
1960. 

T'ai-pei shih pei-chieh wen-chi, 1/8. 

1867. Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hui-chiang chiao-ch'in ni-i kao-ch'eng 
t'ai-hsiieh pei-wen 

m M ^ :$:13 a U 44 14 i#i ^ i& ^'-V-Zt 51 

(Imperial inscription re: suppression of the Islamic rebellion on the 
Chinese Turkestan border, and the capture of the rebel, 
JEHANGIR.) Emperor TAO-KUANG. Cheng: Emperor TAO- 
KUANG. Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1829. Text in both prose and four- 
character rhyme ming. 

354x157. 244105. 

1868. [Shu-shih hua-hui hui-hua] 

(Studio paintings of vases of flowers and other items to be found in a 
scholar's study.) Woodblock prints. Hsing. Szechwan, Chengtu. 
1830. 

Four sheets: 128 x 30. 235582a-d. 

1869. Ma-men Sha shih chiian p'u-wu Hsiao-tung-ying szu pei-chi 

.s, n ^-> ^ 41 i# J, d^ *ot 4 li %i 

(Donation of shop by SHA SHIH to Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque.) 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 423 

Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1831. 
32x22. 245051. 

1870. Ch'ung-hsiu P'an-shan Yiin-chao szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of Yiin-chao Temple, built in T'ang by a monk, CHIH- 
YtJAN, at the site of P'an-shan where the monk, PAO-CHI, of Han, 
performed his meditations.) WANG TUNG-SHAN. Cheng: WANG 
K'AI. CHANG HSIU-SHAN, engr. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Yun- 
chao szu. 1832. Cloud motif on border. 

96 X 62. 244264a-b. 

1871. Tsan-shan wen-chi 

(Praise to WANG I-CH'ENG, a devout Buddhist.) TSENG-YU. 
Cheng: CHIANG PING. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung szu. 
1836. Tablet erected by TSENG-YU. 

45 X 86. 244292. 

1872. / hsien-t'ien kuan-yin tung 

(Comment re: sky view from Kuan-yin cave, Ling-yin Temple.) 
Cheng: WANG T'AI. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1837. 

62x51. 244933. 

1873. [Wang T'ai teng t'i-ming chi\ 

(Personal inscription of WANG T'AI and others commemorating a 
visit to Fei-lai feng, Ling-yin Temple.) CH'IEN T'ING-LANG. Li: 
LO WEN-D. CHAD CHIH-CH'EN, engr. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 
1837. 

82 X 60. 244931. 

1874. [Kuan-yin shen hsiang] 



424 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Portrait of Kuan-yin.) Cheng. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. 1837. 
Tablet erected by HU-AO. 

Scroll: 80x43. 116406. 

1875. Ch'ung-mu Wang-ch'uan chen-chi 

(Re-cut of scenes of Wang-ch'uan by WANG WEI from KUO SHIH- 
YtJAN copy.) HSIUNG HUI, tracer. CH'IU YU, engr. Shensi, Lan- 
t'ien hsien, Wang Wei tz'u. 1837. Notes by HU YUAN-YING, 
Magistrate of Lan-t'ien, and HSIUNG HUI. Poems of appreciation 
by Ch'ing scholars. 

Seven sheets: 35 x 60. 245473a-g. 

1876. [Wen-shu szu chieh ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi] 

(Restoration of Wen-shu szu mosque of K'ai-feng.) Cheng: YANG 
KUO-CHEN. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1838. 

218x67.245066. 

1877. [Kuan-yin p'u-sa tsao-hsiang chi] 

(Dated inscription from reverse of Kuan-yin image.) Bronze tablet. 
Hsi-an. 1838. Object in FMNH. 

5x9. 120147/1 (d. 120148). 

1878. Tung-p'o li-lu t'u 

(Picture of SU TUNG-P'O wearing a rainhat of bamboo.) KAO 
SHIH-YEN, art. From an old picture. N.p. 1840. Footnote by HSI- 
CH'UAN in cheng. 

76 X 37. 264228/1 (d. 264228/2). 

1879. [Ch'ing-chen szu i-shih kuei-t'iao] chi k'ai shih-san chien 
[shih-k'o] 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 425 

(Thirteen regulations for religious ceremonies adopted by a mosque 
in K'ai-feng.) Ch. and Arabic. Cheng, Honan, K'ai-feng. 1840. 

161 X 62. 245069. 

1880. Liu shih chiian-shih Ch'ing-chen szu hsueh-t'ang shih-fang 
pei-chi 

(Donation of shop by LIU family to mosque for school fund.) 
HSIEH KUANG-LIN. Ch. and Arabic. Cheng: HSIEH KUANG- 
LIN. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1840. 

164 X 62. 245072. 

1881. Liu shih ch'ung-shu hsien-jen lo-shu Ch'ing-chen szu shih- 
fang pei-chi 

(Restoration by descendents of LIU family of a business house 
donated to a mosque.) LIU JAN. Cheng: HSIEH KUANG-LIN. 
CHANG P'ENG-TE, engr. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1840. 

162x62. 245073. 

1882. Yii Ma shih ching-sung fang-ch'an pei-chi 

(Donation of house by Mrs. YU, nee MA, to a mosque in the 
southern part of Canton.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1841. 

51 X 32. 245024. 

1883. [Chin Chang shih chiian-wu] Hsiao-tung-ying [szu pei-chi] 

(Donation of house by Mrs. CHIN, nee CHANG, to Hsiao-tung-ying 
Mosque.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1841. 

50 X 35. 245049. 

1884. [Ching-tu Ta-pei-sheng hui ch'i-min shan hsin jen teng 
chilan-ch'ien hsiu ch'iao pei-chi] 

% «p ± £. 1 1 iS a # fi ;v ^ in M f'f 4* 2t %t 



426 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Donation by the Bannermen Assn. of Ta-pei-sheng, Peking for 
repair of a bridge leading to Chieh-t'an Temple.) Cheng. Western 
Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1842. 

28 X 53 (head), 84 x 52 (text). 244194a-b. " 

1885. Ch'ung-hsiu ch'eng-nan Ch'ing-chen szu pei hsii 

(Restoration of mosque in southern part of Canton.) MA JU- 
CH'UAN. Cheng: PAO T'lEN-FU. Kwangtung, Canton. 1845. 

102 X 69. 245018 (This inscription continues on 1886). 

1886. Ch'ung-hsiu nan-ch'eng Ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei-chi 

(List of donors and amounts contributed to restoration of a mosque 
in southern Canton.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1845. Continua- 
tion of text of 1885. 

137 X 79. 245037. 

1887. [Chiian-chu ching-hsUeh fang-wu pei-chi] 

(Donation of house to a mosque in southern part of Canton.) Cheng. 
Kwangtung, Canton. 1845. 

45 X 26. 245021. 

1888. Ching sung Nan-sheng szu hsiieh-t'ang min-fang pei-chi 

(Donation of house to Nan-sheng Mosque for Moslem scriptures.) 
MA PU-CH'ING. Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1846. 

48 X 27. 245022. 

1889. [Hsiao-tung-ying szu pei-chi] 

(Exchange of property between Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque and LI 
CHEN-CH'ANG.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1846. 

63 X 46. 245054. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 427 

1890. Shoo po kan-t'ang t'u 

(Commemorative painting of Kan-t'ang tree of SHAO SHIH.) LI 
WEN-HAN, art. Ts'ao, cheng: LI WEN-HAN. Hsi-an, Confucius 
Temple. 1847. Colophon by WU CH'ENG in cheng. 

62 X 166. 244862. Illus. 

Giles (1), 1680 ("Shao Kung"). 

1891. Tung-p'o hsien-sheng hsi-yen t'u 

(Portrait of Su Tung-p'o washing an ink slab.) Cheng: OU-YANG 
WEI. Szechwan, Chia-ting, Ling-yiin shan. (1848). From a painting 
found at Ling-yiin shan. Note by OU-YANG WEI. 

112x66.264229. 

1892. P'ei-an Ma lao hsien-sheng te-chiao pei-hsu 

(Eulogy to MA YUNG-FU, a virtuous teacher of Islam.) MA 
HSIUNG. Cheng. CHIN WEI-KENG. Hsi-an. 1850. Obverse of 
1893. Buddhist emblems on border. 

Scroll: 195x82. 121 157/A. 

1893. [P'ei-an Ma lao hsien-sheng te-chiao pei-hsii pei-yin] 

(List of Moslems who contributed to tomb eulogy of MA YUNG- 
FU.) Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. Hsi-an. 1850. Reverse of 1892. Bud- 
dhist emblems on border. 

Scroll: 189x82. 121155/B. 

1894. Ch'ung-hsiu ching-i tz'u pei-chi 

ti'i- ilk mint 

(Restoration of shrine built to exemplify the /-min— citizens who 
practice right conduct.) Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan, Historical 
Museum. 1850. Tablet erected by CH'IU CH'IEN-KUANG et al. 

70x117. 264218. 



428 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Huang Tien-ch'tian (1), 5/655-656. 

1895. Ch'ing-chen ta-szu pei 

(Mosque inscription from Ch'ing-chen ta-szu.) MA HSIUNG. Ch. 
and Arabic. Cheng: CHIN WEI-KENG. Shensi, Hsi-an. 1850. 
Chinese portion provides names of donors, YANG WEN-HSIU et 
al. Meandering border design with swastika. 

191x82. 245555. 

1896. Ch 'i Chiin-tsao shu Han Yii p 'ing Huai-hsi pei 

(Partial copy of the P'ing Huai-hsi pei, a treatise of the mihtary cam- 
paign of P'EI TU against WU YUAN-CHI.) HAN YU. Cheng: CH'I 
CHUN-TSAO. (Shansi.) 1851. Re-cut from original T'ang tablet 
dated 820. 

253 X 93 (head), 254 x 94 (text). 244456a-b. 

1897. Chih-mai Hsiao-tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu ch'ang-wu pei-chi 

(House bought by Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque from its general fund 
and donations.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1854. 

62 X 45. 245053. 



1898. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 



(Record of establishment of a mosque in Hsi-an.) FENG TS'UNG- 
WU. Cheng: K'O HSI-KUO. Hsi-an. 1857. Text only. Re-cut from 
1626 stone, though in slightly different characters (see 1124). Fret- 
work motif on border. Footnote byMACH'IEN. 

202x64. 245201b. 

1899. Ch'ih-tz'u Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Mosque inscription from Ch'ing-chen szu, Hsi-an.) FENG TS'UNG- 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 429 

WU. Cheng: K'O HSI-KUO. Hsi-an. 1857. Footnote by MA CH'IEN 
stating that this was re-cut from original stone of 1626 and en- 
graved on reverse of that stone (see 875). 

Scroll: 210x75. 121153. 

1900. Sung-hsueh shu Tao-te-ching \pei\ 

A i^ -3- ^ iS/ l^vL-^i-ix'4- 

{Tao-te ching with picture of Lao-tzu, and the Yin-fu ching.) CHAO 
MENG-FU, art. Cheng: CHAO MENG-FU. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 
1858. Colophon by CH'UNG SHIH dated 1858 giving history of the 
handwritten copy. 

Ten sheets: 31 x 87. 244334. 

Toussaint (1), (t,c). 

1901. Li shih-she hsiang-huo ti-mou pei-chi 

(Donation of land to Wan-sung Temple for incense and paper money; 
list of contributors.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung 
szu. 1858. Tablet erected by Abbot LU-K'ANG. 

86 X 49. 244289. 

1902. Wen-shu szu chieh Ch'ing-chen szu i-hsiieh pei-wen 

(Establishment of foundation for free education school in mosque on 
Wen-shu szu Street, K'ai-feng.) WU SHOU-CH'IEN. Cheng: 
HSIEH CHIN. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1859. Contributors hsted. 

131 X 62. 245067. 

1903. Ching-hsiu hsi-lai chen-jen mu-chih 



(Epitaph of a Moslem priest named K'0-LO-MEN-LA-HSI who 
came to China in the Ming period.) Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. Hopei, 
Fu-ch'eng, Yung-shou szu. 1860. 

118x72. 244357. 



430 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1904. Yen Lu-kung ta Ma-ku hsien t'an-chi 

(Fa-t'ieh recording the altar of the immortal MA-KU at Ma-ku shan 
of Nan-ch'eng District, Kiangsi.) Cheng: YEN CHEN-CH'ING. 
YANG CHUN-YING, engr. Shensi, Hsi-an. 1860. Colophon by 
SHIH KAO-YANG. Re-cut from Sung rubbing of original T'ang 
stone. 

Thirty-two sheets: 30 x 34. 245058/1 (d. 245058/2). 

Wang Ch'ang (1), 96/1-8 (t,c). 

1905. [Chao T'ing-huai chiian shih-fang Tung-ta szu pei-chi] 



(Donation by CHAO T'ING-HUAI of business house to Tung-ta 
Mosque, K'ai-feng in memory of his parents.) WU SHOU-CH'IEN. 
Cheng: CHAO PING-CHO. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1862. 

38 X 133. 245085. 

1906. [K'uei ao erh tzu hua-hsiang pei\ 

(Two characters in pictorial form representing the God of Literature 
and the mythical turtle who supports the earth.) Ts'ao: MA TE- 
CH AO. Hsi-an, Confucius Temple. (1862-1874). 

57 X 22. 244837. 

Chavannes (1), no. 1179. 

1907. Ch'ung-hsiu nan-ch'eng Ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei-chi 

(List of donors and amounts contributed to mosque in southern Can- 
ton.) YANG YING-CHUNG. Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1863. 

139x67. 245031 (d. 245026). 

1908. P'an-shan T'ien-ch'eng szu ch'ung-hsiu fo-tien pei-chi 

(Restoration of the Hall of Buddha at T'ien-ch'eng Temple.) CH'I- 
CH'ING. Chuan, cheng: TSAO-PAO. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 431 

T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1864. Obverse of 1909. 
152x61.244254. 

1909. [P'an-shan T'ien-ch'eng szu ch'ung-hsiu fo-tien pei-yin] 

(Contributors to restoration of T'ien-ch'eng Temple.) Chuan, cheng. 
N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, T'ien-ch'eng szu. 1864. 

171 X 69. 244253. Reverse of 1908. 

1910. Chi-ch'ing t'ang kung hsiang sung chu Nan-ch'eng szu pei- 
liieh 



#^ ± i: mim if] iA#.5^< 



(Transfer of funds from Chi-ch'ing t'ang to a mosque in the southern 
part of Canton for funeral expenses for the poor.) Cheng. 
Kwangtung, Canton. 1864. 

64 X 46. 245032. 

1911. [Hsieh Shih-yii Ling-yin t'i-chi] 

(Personal inscription commemorating a visit to Ling-yin Temple, 
Hangchow.) HSIEH SHIH-YU. Cheng. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling- 
yin szu. 1865. 

90 X 56. 244920. 

1912. Ch'ung-hsiu Nan-chiang t'ang pei chih 

(Record of reconstruction of south lecture hall of mosque in T'ai-an 
fu.) Cheng. Shantung, T'ai-an fu. 1865. 

121 X 52. 244763. 

1913. [Chao Pao-heng chiian shih-fang szu chien Ch'ing-chen szu 
pei-chi] 

is t -14 n^M\rg\%%i%^lt il 

(Donation by CHAO PAO-HENG of four-room business house to 
mosque in K'ai-feng in memory of his parents.) CHAO CHIA-PIN. 



432 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Cheng: CHAO PAO-SHAN. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1865. 
133x36.245087. 

1914. Hu 

k 

(Character for tiger in one stroke.) Ts'ao: MA TE-CHAO. Hsi-an, 
Confucius Temple, Pei-lin, 1866. 

159 X 86. 244836. Illus. 

1915. Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu lo-ch'eng pei-chi 

(Dedication re: the completed restoration of a mosque in K'ai-feng.) 
WANG FENG-SHAO. Cheng: HSIEH HUANG-EN. Honan, K'ai- 
feng. 1866. 

169 X 58. 245084. 

1916. [Tung-ying szu ch'an-yeh pei-chi] 



(List of houses owned by Tung-ying Mosque.) Cheng. Kwang-tung, 
Fo-shan chen. 1866. 

49x31. 245050. 

1917. Ch'ung-hsiu Hsiao-tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque.) HAI T'ING-CH'EN. 
Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1866. 

140x75. 245055. 

1918. Ch'ung-hsiu Hsiao-tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei- 

(List of contributors to restoration of Hsiao-tung-ying Mosque.) Ch. 
and Arabic. Cheng. Kwangtung, Fo-shan chen. 1866. Presumably, 
reverse of 1917. 

140x75. 245056. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 433 

1919. Nan-ch'eng szu Ch'ang-shou-hui ch'an-yeh pei-chi 



(Donation of four houses to mosque in southern Canton.) Cheng. 
Kwangtung, Canton. 1867. 

56 X 40. 245040. 

1920. [Hui-chiao chiu-t'iao i-lan\ 

(List of orthodox Moslem sects, and the rules governing them.) MA 
JU-CH'UAN. Cheng Kwangtung, Canton. 1867. 

170x71.245041. 

1921. Chi-ch'ing fang kung hsiang tsai chih ch'an-yeh fen-hui 
ch'i-chiian pei-chi 

(Donation by Chi-ch'ing t'ang of three houses to mosque in southern 
Canton, and public destruction of deed to prove irrevocability.) 
Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1868. 

85 X 50. 245028. 

1922. Yen-shou an \pei] 

(History of Yen-shou Temple, established in Yiian.) Cheng. Peking. 
1869. 

31 X 36 (head), 154 x 74 (text). 244332a-b. 

1923. [Li Chiang t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription.) LI CHIANG. Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an- 
shan, Shang-fang szu. 1872. 

114x80. 244302. 

1924. Ch'ang-shou-hui pei-chi 



434 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Commemoration by the Ch'ang-shou-hui re: a mosque in southern 
Canton.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1872. 

168x72. 245036. 

1925. Pien sheng chia-miao chieh Ch'ing-chen szu ch'ung-hsiu ta- 
tien kung-te pei-chi 

(Praise for meritorious services of PAI WAN- YUAN and PAI YU- 
HSIN re: restoration of the Grand Hall of a mosque on Chia-miao 
Street, K'ai-feng.) WANG FENG-SHAG. Cheng. K'ai-feng. 1873. 

151x61. 245120. 

1926. [Ku Wen-pin t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription commemorating a visit to Ling-yin Temple.) 
KU WEN-PIN. Chuan: KU WEN-PIN. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling- 
yin szu. 1873. 

45 X 86. 244922. 

1927. [Ch'ung-teng P'u-t'o pei-chi] 

(Commemoration re: a visit to the peak of P'u-t'o Mountain.) 
CHANG CH'I-YUAN. Cheng: CHANG CH'I-YUAN. Chekiang, 
P'u-t'o shan. 1873. 

216x109.244907. 

1928. [Kao-shih ch'ilan-sung tzu-ti ju Hui-min i-hsUeh pei-wen] 

(Proclamation by district magistrate of K'ai-feng urging enrollment 
of students in Moslem Free School of K'ai-feng.) Magistrate CHA. 
Cheng. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1874. 

157 X 62. 245082. 

1929. Arabic inscription relating to a free school for Moslem 
students. Arabic. K'ai-feng. 1874 (no date in Arabic). See 1928 in 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 435 

Chinese. 

128 X 46. 245083. 

1930. [Shen Pao-chen shou-chi] 

(Honorarium to CHENG CH'ENG-KUNG.) Cheng: SHEN PAO- 
CHEN. Taiwan, Tainan, Yen-p'ing chun-wang tz'u. 1874. 

140x63.264234. 

1931. [T'i Fu-yuan fa-shih miao chung mei tzu pei-wen] 

(Discovery at Kuan-ti Temple of a "miraculous" tablet— one 
without an inscription!) YIN LIN-CHI. Cheng: WANG CHIH- 
HAN. Peking, Kuan-ti szu. 1875. 

137 X 63. 244306. 

1932. Wen-Ian ko. Wen Ian asari 

(Tablet designating the Wen-Ian ko Library which housed the Szu- 
ku ch'iian-shu.) Ch. and Manchu. Cheng. Emperor KUANG-HSU. 
Chekiang, Hangchow. (1875-1908). 

131 X 77. 245213. 

1933. [Mai-pu ts'ang-liang shih-chin pei\ 

(Official proclamation re: acquisition of grain for granaries.) TING 
JIH-CH'ANG, Governor of Fukien. Cheng. Taiwan, Tainan, 
Historical Museum. 1876. 

158x63. 264219. 

Huang Tien-ch'uan (1), 4/504-505. Hummel (1), 721-723 ("Ting Jih- 
ch'ang"). 

1934. [Li Tung-yang shih k'o-shih] 



436 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Poems composed at Ts'ung-kuei t'ang and Tz'u-en Temple in 1514.) 
LI TUNG-YANG. Ts'ao: LI TUNG-YANG. Peking, Hu-kuang-hui- 
kuan. 1876. 

32 X 126. 244952. 

1935. Yii Ting shih sung ch'ang yeh pei-chi 

(Donation of house by Mrs. YU, nee TING to a mosque to support 
the study of Islamic scriptures.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1876. 

73x45. 245025. 

1936. Chang-ch'eng pei-chi 

(Regulations pertaining to the property, revenue, and other factors J 
of the P'ing-tung shu-yiian— an educational institution.) Cheng. 
Taiwan, P'ing-tung shih, Confucius Temple. 1877. 

104 X 55. 264220 

P'ing-tung hsien ku-pei wen-chi, 60. 

1937. Tsu-t'iao pei-chi 

(Deeds of farmlands leased by the P'ing-tung shu-yiian.) Cheng. 
Taiwan, P'ing-tung shih, Confucius Temple. 1877. 

116x63.264221. 

P'ing-tung hsien ku-pei wen-chi, 60. 

1938. Ch'ung-chien Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui pei-chi 

i^A<-m'Mfm^zm 

(Re-organization of the Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui established to 
supply the necessary funds to keep the lamp oil burning in the Hsiu- 
yiin Temple Hall.) SHEN CHUN-LING. Cheng: LIU K'UN. TS'AI 
YUAN-HSING, tracer. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 
1878. 

34 x 23 (head), 107 x 49 (text). 244223a-b. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 437 

1939. [P'eng Yii-lin hui-mei] 

(Painting of plum blossoms with poem commemorating LI PO.) 
P'ENG YU-LIN, auth./art. Hsing: P'ENG YU-LIN. Anhwei, Tang- 
t'u hsien. 1878. 

94x178.235579. 

1940. (Short Arabic inscription reading "A repository of 
forgiveness." Probably from a grave.) N.p. N.d.* 

27 X 106. 245548. 

*According to information provided by Dr. S. Stetkevych after completion of 
manuscript. 

1941. [Hsin-chieh ch'ing-chen szu pei] 

(Record of restoration of an old mosque located on Hsin-chieh 
[street].) SUN CHIH-JEN. Cheng: SUN CHIH-JEN. K'ai-feng. 
1879. 

112x54.244790. 

1942. Yung-chi i-tu pei-chi 

(Regulations re: free ferry boat service across Cho-shui Stream.) 
CHIEN HUA-CH'ENG. Cheng. Taiwan, Nan-t'ou hsien. 1879. 

179x83. 264222. 

Liu Chih-wan (1), 54-57. 

1943. Li shih-she ti-mou pei-chi 

(Donation of land by LIU YUN-HO and WANG TSO-CH'EN to 
Wan-sung Temple.) Cheng. N.E. of Peking, P'an-shan, Wan-sung 
szu. 1879. 

46 X 62. 244293. 

1944. Ch'ung-hsiu Wu Liang tz'u shih-shih chi 



488 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Record of repairs upon WU family shrine which had been rebuilt by 
HUANG I and others in 1786.) CH'EN CHIN. Li: CH'EN CHIN. 
Shantung, Chia-hsiang hsien. 1880. 

30 X 90 (a), 31 x 90 (b). 244753a-b (d. 116391). 

Jung Keng (1), 4 (c). 

1945. Ch'ung-chien T'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin szu hsi-t'ing yiian 
nan-pei lou-fang pei-chi 

(Commemoration to the donors of the restoration of the P'u-kuang 
lao-hui of Hsiu-yiin Temple.) Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, 
Hsiu-yiin szu. 1882. 

134 X 70 (text). 244224a-b. 

1946. Ch'iu Ch'ang-ch'un chen-jen shih-shih 

(Brief biography of CH'IU CH'U-CHI.) Cheng: WAN-YEN 
CH'UNG-HOU. Peking, Pai-ytin kuan. 1882. 

226 X 87. 244323. 

1947. [Shang-yii sheng shih yu-kuan ch'i-ch'u Hui-ching chi na- 
huo tso hsii k'an-shu chih jen pei-wen] 

(Imperial edict re: free circulation of printed Islamic scriptures, and 
release of publishers and editors from prison.) Cheng. Kwangtung, 
Canton. 1884. 

148 X 57. 245009. 

1948. K'o-lu hsii-chih 

("To visitors traveling in Tainan, let it be known . . .;" two essentials 
to safe traveling.) Cheng. Taiwan, Taipei Taiwan Provincial 
Museum. 1885. Tablet erected by HUAN-CHU SHIH, Fu-chou. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 439 

130 X 57 264223/1 (d. 264223/2) Made by LI SHU-TA, Taiwan, 1960. 
T'ai-pei shih pei-chih wen-chi. 

1949. Ch'ung-hsiu nan-ch'eng Ch'ing-chen szu t'i-ming pei-chi 

(List of donors to restoration of mosque in southern part of Canton.) 
Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1885. 

134 X 67. 245030. 

1950. {Kuan-yin tzu-sun lao-hui pei-chi] 

(Praise to the Kuan-yin tzu-sun lao-hui, a foundation established to 
the Goddess of Mercy for the purpose of raising support for Hsiu- 
yiin Temple.) Cheng. Western Hills, T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 
1886. 

26 X 20 (head), 119 x 66 (text). 244222a-b. 

1951. Chin-kuang p'u-chao 

("The golden light that universally illuminates all things." A eulogy 
at Wen-ch'iian Temple to T'ien-hsien, "Immortal of Heaven," 
whose birthday was annually celebrated.) Cheng. Western Hills, 
Wen-ch'iian miao. 1886. 

36 X 52 (head), 107 x 52 (text). 244181. 

Werner (1), 373. 

1952. [Cheng Ting shih chiian-wu Ta-tung szu pei-chi] 

(Donation by Mrs. CH'ENG, nee TING, of a business house to Ta- 
tung Mosque, K'ai-feng, in memory of her family.) CH'EN T'lNG- 
SHAO. Cheng: CH'EN T'ING-SHAO. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1886. 

124 X 38. 245077. 

1953. Chao-i shang-ting ho-t'ung wei i-jang Pei-t'ang tsai Hsi-shih 
k'u kai-chien pan- fa \pei-chi] 



440 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Translation into Chinese of agreement between the Chinese im- 
perial delegate and a representative of the Vatican and the Roman 
Catholic Mission of France re: removal of the Pei-t'ang Catholic 
Church to Hsi-shih-k'u.) Cheng. Peking. 1886. 

194x81.244330. 

1954. [Inc.:] Dergi hese wasimbuhangge 

(Imperial edict authorizing LI HUNG-CHANG to remove the 
Catholic Church from Ts'an-ch'ih-k'ou.) Manchu. Peking. 1888. For 
Chinese version see 1967. 

30 X 27 (head), 188 x 68 (text). 244331. 

1955. Wan-ku ch'ang-ch'un 

("Eternal youth," a history of the Pai-yiin Monastery located at the 
tomb and shrine of CH'IU CH'U-CHI.) KU I-SHOU. Cheng: KU 
CHING. Peking, Pai-yun kuan. 1886. Re-cut by LIU CH'ENG-YIN, 
abbot from original Ming tablet. 

22 X 21 (head), 161 x 72 (text). 244314a-b. 

1956. Wan-ku ch'ang-ch'un 

("Eternal youth." Record of the re-cutting of the most important 
old stone tablet inscriptions at Pai-yiin Monastery for purposes of 
preservation.) LIU CH'ENG-YIN. Chuan, cheng. Peking, Pai-yiin 
kuan. 1886. Re-cut by order of the Temple abbot, LIU CH'ENG- 
YIN. 

25 X 23 (head), 160 x 72 (text). 244321a-b. 



1957. Ch'ung-hsiu Pai-yiin kuan pei-chi 



(Restoration of Pai-yiin Monastery.) WANG CH'ANG-YUEH, ab- 
bot of Pai-yiin kuan. Cheng. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1886. From 
original tablet of 1706 re-cut by LIU CH'ENG-YIN, abbot of the 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 441 

temple. 

165 X 74. 244322. 

1958. Ch'i chen tao-hsing pei 

(Eulogy to the high attainments of seven Taoist spiritual masters.) 
MENG-KUNG. Cheng. Peking, Pai-yun kuan. 1886. 

159x76. 244316a-b. 

1959. [Pai-yiin kuan pei-chi] 

6 -t list ie, 

(Restoration of Pai-yiin Monastery with praise to CHANG 
CH'ENG-FU for initiating the fund raising.) CHAO SHIH-HSIEN. 
Cheng: CHIANG RUNG. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1886. From 
original 1506 tablet re-cut by LIU CH'ENG-YIN, abbot. 

161x72. 244317. 

1960. Ch'ang-ch'un Ch'iu chen-jen tao-hsing pei 

(Eulogy to CH'IU CH'ANG-CH'UN, a Taoist spiritual man sum- 
moned in 1221 by Genghis Khan to advise him in attaining peace.) 
CHANG TSAN. Chuan, cheng. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1886. From 
original 1506 stone re-cut by LIU CH'ENG-YIN, abbot. 

37 X 20 (head), 162 x 77 (text). 244312a-b. 

Giles (1), no. 406. 

1961. Pai-yiin kuan \pei] 

(Record of establishment of Pai-yiin Monastery in Sung dynasty) 
HSIAO- YEN HSI-YU. Cheng. Peking. Pai-yiin kuan. 1886. Tablet 
erected by KAO YUN-HSI, a Taoist priest, and others of Pai-yiin 
Monastery. 

180x75.244311. 

1962. K'un-yang Wang chen-jen tao-hsing pei 



442 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Eulogy to WANG K'UN-YANG, a Taoist spiritual master, canon- 
ized by Emperor K'ANG-HSI as PAO-I KAO-SHIH; personal name 
CH'ANG-YtJEH.) WAN-YEN CH'UNG-SHIH. Cheng. Peking, Pai- 
yiin kuan. 1886. Tablet erected by LIU CH'ENG-YIN. 

159x72. 244319. 

1963. Pai-yiin kuan Ch'ang-ch'un kung-hui pei-chi 

(Establishment of a fund to maintain the shrine of CH 'lU CH 'ANG- 
CH'UN (CH'IU CH'U-CHI).) LI CH'I-HO. Cheng: WANG SHIH- 
WEN. Peking. Pai-yun kuan. 1886. 

184 X 76. 244320. 

1964. Ch'ung-hsiu Lu-tsu tien pei-chi 

(Restoration of Lii Tung-pin Hall, with praise to a Taoist lady and 
her son for their contributions.) Cheng. Peking, Pai-yiin kuan. 1887. 
Tablet erected by KAO JEN-T'UNG and other priests of Pai-ytin 
Monastery. 

122x66.244313. 

1965. [Ming-chih ting-hai Jih-pen jen t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of a Japanese pilgrim, to Ling-yin Temple.) 
GENRAN MIZUHISA. Cheng. Chekiang, Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 
1887. 

33x42.244921. 

1966. Ch'ien-chien t'ien-chu t'ang pei-chi 

(Imperial grant and land given for removal of the Catholic Church in 
order to make room for expansion of the Imperial Palace area of 
Nan-hai.) Cheng. Peking. 1888. 

187 X 69. 244327. 



TCHENETAL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 443 

1967. Shang-yii Li Hung-chang tsou Ts'an-ch'ih-k'ou chiao-t'ang 
yii chiao-shih ting-i ch'ien-i \pei-chi] 

± iti 4 :4 4 * X :t!ia t^-^f: i^ ^Jc ± x itMU^ it 

(Imperial edict authorizing LI HUNG-CHANG to remove the 
Cathohc Church from Ts'an-ch'ih-k'ou in order to make room for ex- 
pansion of the Imperial Palace area.) Chuan, hsing. Peking. 1888. 
For Manchu version see 1954. 

25 X 28 (head), 198 x 81 (text). 244329a-b. 

1968. Shan-i fang chi 

^=3 'fX -J-~ x?Lj 

(Inscription from Shan-i t'ang, a hall built in K'ai-feng by Moslem 
immigrants from Shensi.) LIU YU-NAN. Cheng: NI T'UNG. 
Honan, K'ai-feng. 1888. 

216x73. 245074. 

1969. Ch'ung-cheng Hua-kao lao-hui pei-chi 

(Origin and re-organization of the Sakyamuni Assn. established to 
contribute funds for worship at Hsiu-ylin Temple; replacement of 
old tablet inscription re: Hua-kao lao-hui.) Cheng. Western Hills, 
T'an-che shan, Hsiu-yiin szu. 1889. Tablet erected by HUI-K'UAN, 
an abbot. 

31 X 21 (head), 166 x 80 (text). 244227a-b. 

1 970. P'u-k 'o-shu-szu-lien-yeh-shai-ch'i-erh-pu-tang-lo-hsi hsien- 
hsien mu-{pei] 

(Epitaph of a worthy Moslem, P 'U-K '0-SHU-SZU-LIEN-YEH- 
SHAI-CH'I-ERH-PU-TANG-LO-HSI.) Ch. and Arabic. Cheng. 
Kwangtung. 1889 (1306 according to the Islamic calendar). 

58x101. 244980. 

1971. Ch'ung-hsiu Lii-tsu tien ling-kan pei-chi 



444 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Vision of WANG TZU-CHIANG re: the restoration of Lii Tung-pin 
Hall at Pai-yiin Monastery.) Cheng. Peking, Pai-ytin kuan. 1889. 
Tablet erected by KAO JEN-T'UNG, a Taoist priest, and others. 

125x63. 244310. 

1972. [Jih-pen jen Ming-ho t'i-ming] 

(Personal inscription of a Japanese visitor to Ling-yin Temple.) Li: 
MEIKAKU. Hangchow, Ling-yin szu. 1891. 

55 X 56. 244934. 

1973. Ch'ung-hsiu Wan-shou szu Chieh-t'an pei-chi 

(History of the famous altar, the Chieh-t'an, built in the T'ang period 
in the Hui-chii szu, presently called Wan-shou Temple, and general- 
ly referred to as Chieh-t'an Temple.) I-HSIN (Prince KUNG). Cheng: 
I-HSIN. Western Hills, Ma-an shan, Chieh-t'an szu. 1891. 

25 X 26 (head), 174 x 63 (text). 244205a-b. 

Hummel (1), 380-384 ("I-hsin"). 

1974. [Lan-chu] 

(Painting of bamboo and orchids.) JEN T'lNG-KUEI, art. Ts'ao. 
Hsi-an. Confucius Temple. 1892. 

116x43. 244850. 

1975. [Hsin-chih ch 'ing-chen szu chih-mai fang-yiian pei] 

(Record of purchase of a house for a mosque on Hsin-chieh [street].) 
Cheng. K'ai-feng. 1895. 

125x59. 244791. 

1976. Ch'ung-hsiu Nan-ch'eng szu t'i-ming pei-chi 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 445 



4f'f-i$iM45il>«tii 



(List of donors and amounts contributed to restoration of mosque in 
southern Canton.) PAI-YU and others. Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 
1895. 

133 X 67. 245029. 

1977. Li-pai szu pei 

(Tribute to WANG CHEN-I and other Moslems who helped 
safeguard the property of a mosque during the Boxer Rebellion.) 
Cheng. Peking, Li-pai szu. 1900. Tablet erected by YU SHU-CH'UN 
et al. 

20x 15 (head), 132 x 50 (text). 244344/la-b (d. 244344/2a-b). 

1978. [Ch'ih-chien Te-kuo shih-ch'en K'o-lin-te shih-fang pei-chi] 

(Memorial to KETTELER, the German minister to China, killed in 
1900.) Cheng. Hopeh. (1900). 

62x247. 245111. 

1979. Wen-shu szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-wen 

(Restoration of mosque on Wen-shu szu Street, K'ai-feng.) CHENG 
TS'E. Cheng: YANG WEN-HSIU. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1901. 

130 X 49. 245068. 

1980. [Chin Sheng-yang teng chilan-ch'an hsing-hsiXeh pei-chi] 

(Donation of house to a mosque for study of Moslem scriptures.) 
Cheng, Kwangtung, Canton. 1901. 

36 X 27. 245039. 

1981. [Ch'ing nei-fu so-ts'ang Chou ch'i mu-k'o] 



446 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

(Stone engravings of 10 Chou bronze vessels from Ch'ing imperial 
collection, each accompanied by name of design.) Chuan, cheng. 
Peking, Kuo-tzu-chien. 1902. 

Ten sheets: approx. 47 x 128. 245592. 

1982. Yii sheng ts'ao-san-t'ing ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

(Restoration of mosque in Ts'ao-san-t'ing Street, K'ai-feng.) KU 
Ytr-WEN. Cheng: KU YU-WEN. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1902. Erected 
by LIU WAN-HAI. 

136x55. 245071. 

1983. [Ta-p'eng yeh t'ung-she kung-i t'iao-k'uan lo-shih chi\ 

*? m % n '^± ii iii* kt^ii Z it 

(Trade guild regulations with regard to builders of mat-sheds and 
awnings.) Cheng. Honan, K'ai-feng. 1902. 

114x36. 245070. 

1984. Ch'ih-tz'u Te Ao I kuo lu-chii ping-min ying-ti kuan-min 
yung-yiian pao-hu \pei\ 

(Imperial grant of land for cemetery for German, Austrian, and 
Italian residents who died in the Boxer Rebellion.) Cheng. Peking. 
1902. 

159x80 (text), 21x17 (date on separate sheet). 244471/la-b (d. 
244471/2a-b). 

1985. Ying-ti chou-wei kung-ch'ang i-pai-liu-shih-szu chang i ch'ih 
[t'u-pei] 

#it5Ji]lf]* -fc - i rt -+- \3 3t - J^ #^* 

(Cemetery inscription with map defining dimensions of cemetery 
and location of four borders.) Cheng. Peking. 1902. Cut in conjunc- 
tion with 1984. Border design simulating twisted rope. 

158x77. 244472/1 (d. 244472/2). 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 447 

1986. [Hsieh T'ao hua-hsiang] 

(Portrait of Lady HSIEH T'AO.) Szechwan, Chengtu. 1903. 
Biographical note in hsing by LO HSIANG. 

135 X 69. 233892/1 (d. 233892/2). 

1987. Lin Li-yeh teng chiian-wu Huai-sheng szu pei-chi 

(Donation of house by LIN LI-YEH and others to Huai-sheng 
Mosque.) Cheng. Kwangtung, Canton. 1903. 

48 X 30. 244968. 

1988. Ch'ien chu-chiang Tzu-ch'ing Che lao-fu-tzu te-chiao pei-chi 

#] ± t^-f * * ^ * •^itfejtte. 

(Tribute to CHE WAN-HSUAN, a Moslem teacher in P'ing-Uang 
hsien.) WU JIH-CHANG. Cheng: MA WEN-P'ENG. Kansu, P'ing- 
liang hsien. 1908. Lists famous disciples who studied under him. 
Tablet erected by HAN CHEN. 

166x80. 245545 (d. 121167). 

1989. Ta T'ang ku Wei-chiin Shao kung chih lei 

(Eulogy to SHAO JUN-CHIH, official of Wei-chiin under T'ang.) 
HSU CH'IAO. Plaster cast from original 742 stone tablet. Chuan, h: 
SHIH WEI-TSE (original). 1908-1910. Plaster tablet supported by 
original stone tortoise from the tomb site which carries the same 
date of 742. Objects in FMNH. Hsi-an. 

Tablet: 25x60 (head), 110x60 (text). 127894/1 (d. 127894/2a-b, 
127894/3b). 

Laufer (3). 



REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

1990. Wu-ch'eng Chang shih shih-t'a chi 

(Erection of a stupa by the CHANG Family of Wu-hsing hsien.) 
FENG HSU. Chuan, cheng: WU CH'ANG-SHIH and WU SHIH- 
CHIEN. Chekiang, Wu-hsing hsien. 1919. Includes a copy from a 
T'ang rubbing of the Chin-kang ching by LIU KUNG-CH'UAN, and 
notes of appreciation in various styles by scholars of Ch'ing and 
Republic of China. 

Forty-nine sheets: 31 x 41. 245212. 

1991. Fei-no-lo-sa hsien-sheng pei 

(Portrait of ERNEST FENOLLOSA with eulogy and biographical 
sketch.) INOUE TETSUJIRO. Cheng: OMURA SEIGAI. HIRO 
GUNKAKU, engr. Tokyo, Tokyo Art School. Taisho, 1920. Tablet 
destroyed in 1942. 

90 X 87 (portrait), 165 x 96 (text). 245584. English translation at- 
tached to card. 

1992. Entry deleted. 

1993. Shih-men shui-k'u chi-nien pei 

(Commemoration re: completion of the Shih-men Reservoir Project.) 
CHIANG MENG-LIN. Cheng: CHIANG MENG-LIN. Taiwan, 
T'ao-ytian hsien, Shih-men. 1964. 

Nineteen scrolls: about 304 x 57. 235765a-s. Made at request of 
Field Museum in 1965. 

Hsu Nai (1), 32. 

448 



ADDENDA 

1994. Muhammad, Mahmud, Hdmid, Ahmad 
(Inscription.) Brass box. Arabic. Hsi-an. N.d. 
14x13. 117605. 

Laufer (4), 141-142, fig. 7. 

1995. Muhammad, Mahmud, Hdmid, Ahmad 
(Inscription.) Bronze vase. Arabic. Hsi-an. N.d. 
21x5. 117603. 

Laufer (4), 142, fig. 8. 

1996. Subhdn Allah wal-hamdu lilldh 

("Glory to God and praise to God.") Bronze vase. Arabic. Hsi-an. 
N.d. 

9x9 (a), 9x 8(b). 117604. 

Laufer (4), 142, fig. 8. 

1997. Subhdn Allah wal-hamdu lilldh 

("Glory to God and praise to God.") Bronze vase. Arabic. Hsi-an. 
N.d. 

7x10. 120982. 

Laufer (4), 142, fig. 8. 

1998. Bi-mamnumyati 

("With my compliments.") Bronze seal. Arabic. Szechwan. N.d. 
Three sheets: 3x5. 117606. 
Laufer (4), 142, fig. 9. 

449 



450 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

1999. [Shang chueh] 

(Two bronze goblets, one with inscription.) Ku-wen. Hsi-an. Shang. 
Scroll: 25 x 18, 22 x 16. 125697. 

2000. [Shang fu i huo] 

(Inscription from inside vessel giving the characters: 5<^ Tj and il- 
lustration showing vessel in shape of a cock.) Bronze. Ku-wen. Hsi- 
an. Shang. Object in FMNH. 

Scroll: 7x7 (inscription), 21 x 24 (vessel). 125695c. 

Jung Keng (2). 

2001. [Shang ko yu] 

(Illustration of a small covered vessel with raised handle; small in- 
scription.) Bronze vessel. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. (Shang). 

Scroll: 6x4 (inscription), 23 x 16 (vessel). 125695d. 

Composite rubbing. 

2002. [Shang ch'i] 

( Vessel with cover showing an animal head; inscription.) Ku-wen. 
Hsi-an. (Shang). 

Scroll: 8x7 (inscription), 25 x 27 (vessel). 125695b. 

Jung Keng (2). 

2003. [T'ao-chai chiu-ts'ang ku-chin ch'uan-ch'i] 

I ^\ m o ^SX -Sd 7k Ji, ^ 

(Set of rubbings from ancient bronze objects giving names. Former- 
ly owned by T'AO-CHAI [TUAN-FANG].) Cheng. N.p. Shang/Chou. 

Fifteen sheets: 29 x 15. 245576. Title on envelope containing the 
rubbings is in the calligraphy of CHENG HSIAO-HSU. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 451 

2004. [Chou tun ch'i] 



j^i 4-r «^ 
(Open vessel with side handles; inscription from inside bottom.) 
Bronze. Ku-wen. Hsi-an. (Chou). 

Scroll: 7x4 (inscription, 22 x 29 (vessel). 125695a. Composite rub- 
bing. 

Juan Yiian (1), 6/1. 



2005. [Huo-pu ch 'ien] 

^X' ^ ^^ 



(Coin bearing two characters: 1^^ ^ ). Bronze. Chuan. Hsi-an. Han. 

6x6. 195820. 

Feng Yiin-p 'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 4. 

2006. [Han p 'an ming-wen] 

(Dated inscription.) Rim of bronze plate. CHOU YUNG-SHOU. 
Chuan: CHOU YUNG-SHOU. N.p. F. Han, 56 EC. 

48x48. 245583. Note by HUANG YUN-KU dated 1888. 

2007. [Yin-wen] 

(Copy of an original seal made of jade and used by CHANG TAO- 
LING, the first Taoist pope in China. It bears the characters: 
P| -^ :^^^^tl ^P -^ Bronze. Chuan. Hsi-an. N.d. 
5x5. 195898. 
Feng Yiin-p 'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 5. 

2008. [Ch'i too] 

(Knife money from the State of Ch 'i.) Hsi-an. Ch 'i State (1122-265). 
Obverse and reverse of coins. Objects in FMNH. 

Four sheets: 18x3. 116921-116924. 

Feng Yiin-p 'eng (1), Chin-so, vol. 4, Coins. 



462 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

2009. [Han yii-yin wen] 

(Square seal bearing two characters: ^ ? ^ AN? I, the name of the 
owner.) Jade. Chuan. Hsi-an. Han. Object in FMNH. 

2x2.195823. 

2010. (Illustrated stele showing life of Buddha from birth to 
death.) N.p. (735). Obverse of 2011. 

ScroU: 180x61.264261. 

2011. (Illustrated stele, probably showing donors.) N.p. 735. 
Reverse of 2010. 

Scroll: 180x61. 264262. 

2012. (Kuan-yin, illustration and text.) MU PAI-TZU. Chuan and 
cheng. N.p. 1710. 

35x10.244318. 

2013. (Commemoration to a deceased official, inscription with il- 
lustrations.) Cheng. West China Union Univ. Museum, Szechwan. 
S. Liang (506). Reverse. 

38 X 38. 233555. D. C. GRAHAM, coU. 

2014. (Illustration of women on horseback with foot attendants.) 
Tile. Szechwan. (480). 

30 X 30. 233567. D. C. GRAHAM, coll. 



APPENDIX I 



Rubbings not described in catalogue: 

117027 Chou/Han clay seal 

117028 Chou/Han clay seal 

117031 Chou/Han clay seal 

117032 Chou/Han clay seal 

117034 Chou/Han clay seal 

117035 Chou/Han clay seal 

117036 Chou/Han clay seal 
117038 Chou/Han clay seal 

117040 Ch 'in bronze seal 

117041 Han bronze seal 

117042 Han bronze seal 
117042/1 Han bronze seal 
117043/1 Han bronze seal 

117045 Han bronze seal 

117046 Han bronze seal 

117050 Han stone seal 

117051 Han iron seal 

117052 Han bronze seal 

117053 Han bronze seal 
117055/1 Han bronze seal 
117058/1 Han bronze seal 
117061/1 Yuan bronze seal 
117062/2 Yuan bronze seal 
117063/1 Yiian bronze seal 
117068/1 T 'ang bronze seal 
117072 Yuan bronze seal 
117073/1 Yiian bronze seal 
117074 Yiian bronze seal 

117076 Yiian bronze seal 

117077 Yuan bronze seal 

117080 Yiian bronze seal 

117081 Yiian bronze seal 

117082 Yuan bronze seal 

117083 N.D. iron seal 
117085/1 Yiian iron seal 
117086/1 Yiian bronze seal 
117351/1 Chou bronze tui inscription 
117477 Han clay tripod inscription 



117488/2 Sung bronze vase inscription 

1 17600 Ch 'ing bronze censer inscrip- 
tion in Arabic 

118726/1 Han wine jar inscription 

1 18739/1 Han water bottle inscription 

1 18745/1 Han water bottle inscription 

118761/1 Chou/Han wine jar inscrip- 
tion 

118774 Chou/Han water jar inscrip- 
tion 

118776/1 Chou pottery inscription 

118778 Chou/Han pottery inscrip- 
tion 

118787/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118788/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118789/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118802/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118852 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118866 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118882/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118888/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118889/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

118897/1 Chou pottery jar inscription 

125694 Chou bronze vessel inscrip- 
tion 

125694/1 Chou bronze vessel inscrip- 
tion 

127297 Han jade pi 

1 27363 Chou bronze tomb door frag. 

180306 Ming woodblock Lamaist 
charm 

180307 Ming woodblock Lamaist 
charm 

180308c Ming woodblock Lamaist 

charm 

182857 Han jade disk 

182879 Chou jade disk 

182880 Chou jade ornament 
183235 Chou/Han jade huang 



453 



464 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



183356 Sung jade rhyton 

183395 Chou jade cloud design 

183439 Chou jade bird design 

195813 N.d. Bronze mirror inscrip. 

in Chinese and Tibetan 

195815 Han pottery jar inscription 

195817 Han bronze mirror inscrip- 
tion 



195818 Liu-ch'ao bronze mirror in- 
scription 

195821 T 'ang bronze mirror inscrip- 
tion 

195824 

195825 

195826 

195900 



Han stone seal 

Chou bronze lid inscription 

Chou clay seal 

Han clay seal 



Note: The following catalogue cards, nos. 233521-233567, from the D. C. Graham 
collection, Szechwan, had been completed before 1965, and did not come to my at- 
tention until February, 1978, while this catalogue was in press. It was necessary, 
therefore, to assign them to appendix entries. A.K.S. 



23352 la-b Two charioteers with at- 
tendants. Stone coffer. Hsin-chin. 
L. Han. 

233522-2/b Chariot and retainers; 
memorial pillars. Stone tomb box. 
L. Han. 

233523 No card 

233525a-b Charioteers, with official 
welcoming them from gateway. 
Stone coffer. Hsin-chin. L. Han. 

233526 Tomb gateway and 
memorial pillars with phoenix. 
Tomb tile. Chengtu. 2nd century. 

233527 Bell illustration. Clay. 2nd 
century. 

233528 Votive by Chang Wan- 
chien showing a hunting scene. 
Stone. 518. Illus. 

233530 Memorial pillars, figure, 
and zoomorphs. Tomb tile. Cheng- 
tu. L. Han. 

233531 Memorial inscription for 
Wan Hui, with representations of 
tortoise and snake. Stone coffin. 
Hsi-k 'ang, Lu-shan. 212. 

233532a-b Winged dragon. Red Bird, 

etc. Stone coffer. Hsin-chin. L. 

Han. 
233534 Deer and rider. Tomb tile. 

P'eng hsien, Chiu-ch 'ih-p 'u. L. 

Han. 

233536 Hunting scene with inscrip- 
tion expressing "eternal happi- 
ness." Tomb tile. 2nd century. 

233537 Auspicious inscription indi- 
cating "long life," tigers, cloud 
symbols. Tomb tUe. 2nd century. 



233539 Fu-hsi and Nu-wa. Tomb 
brick. Huang-han. L. Han. 

233540 Hsi wang-mu; chariot and 
rider. Tomb brick. Hsin-chin, Pao- 
tzu shan. 137. 

233541 Guardians, chariots, and 
horsemen. Tomb tile. L. Han. 

233544a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233545a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233546a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233547a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233548a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233549a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233550a-b Geometric designs. Tomb 
brick. L. Han. 

233551a-b Four human figures; geo- 
metric designs. Tomb brick. L. 
Han. 

233552 Officials welcoming chariot 
and horsemen; memorial pillars. 
Tomb brick. L. Han. 

233553a-b Two phoenix facing each 
other across a stalk of grain; geo- 
metric design. Tomb brick. L. 
Han. 

233554a-c Floral design. Stone coffin. 
3rd-6th century. 

233556 Figures and inscription at- 
testing to the subject of Bud- 
dhism. Stone. N.d. 



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455 



233557 Bodhisattva standing on 
lotus; zoomorphs. Tomb brick. Sui 
dynasty given by Graham. Illus. 

233558 Kuan-yin, Lung-nxi, Wei 
T'o, and Shan-ts'ai; scenes of 
various activities. Bronze tablet. 
(Ch'ing). 

233560 Ten standing figures with 
halos. Stone coffin? P. Han. 

233562a-b Auspicious inscription with 
date of day, month, and year, but 
no reign title. Tomb pillar. (Han). 

233563 Scroll border from spalled 
fragment. Stone. N.d. 

233564 Spalled fragment, subject 
unknown. Stone. (Han). 

233565 Spalled fragment, subject 
unknown. Stone. N.d. 

233566a-b Inscription by Li I com- 
memorating the building of pre- 
fectural offices. Stone. P. Sung. 

233567 (Woman on horseback with 
foot attendants.) Tomb brick. 
Szechwan. Wei, 481. 

244318 (Kuan-yin, illus. and text.) 
Chuan and cheng. N.p. 1710. 
35 X 10. lUus. 

Note: Rubbings 244953-245017 also 
came to my attention after completion 
of the manuscript. They are inscrip- 
tions from the Laufer collection and 
pertain to mosques and cemeteries in 
Canton. The identifications and dates 
are from the Hu-Miller catalogue put 
together between 1939 and 1944. 
A.K.S. 

244953 Arabic inscription from 
Kuang-t 'a li-pai szu, Canton. 

244954 Hsin-ch 'eng szu-szu ching- 
t 'ang pei-chl 

Funds donated by benefactors 
from four mosques of Canton. Can- 
ton, 1770. Erected by Yang Yikan- 
hsiu and others. 

244955 Li-tien mai p'u-tzu pei 
Contract for mortgage of shop 

by Kuang-t 'a mosque from Ho 
Ch'ieh-pen, a Manchu. Canton, 
1864. 



244956 Huai-sheng-szu teng fang- 
wu tsu-chin pei 

Inscription regarding the parti- 
tion of income from house owned 
jointly by three mosques — Huai- 
sheng szu, Hao-p 'an szu, and Nan- 
ch'eng szu. Canton, 1850. 
244967 Shih sheng kao-hsien pei 
Donation of house to Huai- 
sheng kuang-t 'a mosque. Canton, 
1785. 

244958 Szu Ch'ing-chen-szu kung 
she i-k'uan pei 

Establishment of fund for reUef 
of the poor by congregations of 
four mosques. 1774. 

244959 Ching-sung Kuang-t 'a szu 
hsiieh-t'ang min-fang pei-chi 

Donation of private houses to 
school of Kuang-t 'a mosque by Ma 
Pu-ch'ing. Canton, 1821. 

244960 I(?) szu ni lao-jen-hui chih- 
mai p 'u-wu pei-chi 

Establishment of fund of 27 
shares for purchase of property for 
upkeep of Hao-p 'an and Huai- 
sheng mosques. Ma K'uan, etc. (27 
families), donors. Canton, 1761. 

244961 Chiang-nan chung-k'o 
chiian-tzu Kuang-t 'a szu pei 

Cash donation for repair of 
Kuang-t 'a mosque, given by group 
of transient merchants. Ma I-mao 
and others. Ctmton, 1783. 

244962 Huai-sheng fang she-li 
tseng ch'ing-kuei-sheng shou- 
ch'en ch'ang-yeh pei chi 

Funds collected to buy property, 
donated to Huai-sheng mosque in 
honor of Mohammed's birthday. 
Canton, 1890. 

244963 Chin-Chang shih chiian-wu 
Huai-sheng kuang-t 'a szu lo-shih 

Donation of house to Huai- 
sheng kuang-t 'a mosque by Mrs. 
Chin. Canton, 1841. 

244964 Ha Ya-szu mu-tzu li-tien 
mai p'u yiieh pei 

Agreement to mortgage shop to 
Kuang-t 'a mosque by Ha Ya-szu 



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and his mother. Ha Ya-szu. Can- 
ton, 1869. 

244965 K'ang-shou t'ang ya t'ai 
nai-nai chung-wei kung-i chiian-wu 
li-pei 

Donation of three houses by 
group of Cantonese ladies to Huai- 
sheng mosque in the name of 
K 'ang-shou t 'ang. Canton, 1887. 

244966 Kung-i chiian-chin mai-yeh 
li-pei 

Contributions made by group of 
men to Huai-sheng mosque to 
defray the expenses of the annual 
Teng-hsiao festival. Canton, 1848. 

244968 Lieh-wei ch 'ien-hsin chiian- 
wu wei sheng-nii Fa-tu-ma chi- 
ch 'en pei 

Donation by group of ladies to 
Huai-sheng mosque in order to 
cover expenses of annual memorial 
services to Fatmah, the only 
daughter of Mohammad. Canton, 
1903. 

244969 Liu Chi-ts 'ai chiian tzu-chih 
fang ch 'an lo-shih 

Donation of "self bought" house 
to Huai-sheng mosque for the sup- 
port of school sponsored by 
mosque. Canton, 1855. 

244970 Ching-sung Huai-sheng 
kuang-t 'a szu hsueh-t 'ang min- 
fang pei-chi 

Donation of house by Chia Tu-la 
to Huai-sheng mosque school. Ch. 
and Arabic. Canton, 1900. 

244971 Ch 'ung-hsiu Huai-sheng 
szu pei-chi 

Reconstruction of Huai-sheng 
mosque in 1845-1846. Pao T'ien- 
fu. Canton, 1846. 

244972 Shang-yii ch'a-chin hsieh- 
p 'ai hui-ching 

Imperial edict prohibiting riots 
between Islamic sects, arising 
from different interpretations of 
the Koran. Two dates: 1782 and 
1884. 



244973 Ching-sung Kuang-t 'a szu 
hsiieh-t 'ang pei-chi 

Donation of two houses to 
Kuang-t 'a mosque school, by Hai 
T 'ing-shen. Canton, 1863. 

244974 Huai-sheng kuang-t 'a szu 
ch 'img-hsiu pei-chi 

Repairs to Huai-sheng kuang- 
t 'a mosque. Canton, 1871. 

244975 Ch 'ung-hsiu Huai-sheng 
ku-szu pei-chi 

Repairs on Huai-sheng ancient 
mosque. Yang Tien-ying. Ch. and 
Arabic. Canton, N.d. 

244976 Huai-sheng t'a szu shih- 
t 'ien chih pei 

List of fields owned by Huai- 
sheng mosque. Canton, N.d. 

244977 Ch 'ung-hsiu Huai-sheng 
t 'a szu chi 

Reconstruction of Huai-sheng 
mosque. Ta Li. Cheng: Niu Niu. 
Chuan: Wei Hei-na. Canton, 1698. 

244978 Ch'ung-chien Huai-sheng 
t 'a szu chih pei 

Re-establishment of Huai-sheng 
mosque. Kuo Chia. Cheng: Sa-ti- 
mi-shih. Chuan: Seng Chia-na. Ch. 
and Arabic. Canton, 1350. 

244979 Ch 'ung-hsiu Huai-sheng 
szu pei-chi 

Reconstruction of Huai-sheng 
mosque, 1853-1857. Canton, 1857. 

244980 Hsien-hsien mu pei 
Epitaph from Mohammedan 

cemetery. Ch. and Arabic. Canton, 
1889. 

244981 Ts 'ai Shou-t 'ing chxin men 
pei-chi 

Epitaph of Ts'ai Shou-t 'ing, 
Provincial Commander in Chief. 
Yang Shu. 1897. 
244892 Yang kung Wen-teng chih 
mu 

Epitaph of Yang Wen-teng, an 
official. Ch. and Arabic. 1760. 
244983 Three circular Islamic in- 
scriptions. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



457 



244984 Hsiang-mao-hao fen-sung 
ko ch 'ing-chen-szu kung-te yin pel- 
chi 

Distribution of a fund to various 
mosques, by a business firm of 
Ytlnnan province. Stone erected 
by Chang Feng-ch 'un. 1864. 

244985 Hsien-hsien ku-mu 
ch 'uang-chien pieh-shih t 'ung-kao 

An announcement of establish- 
ment of special guest house out- 
side of Hsien-hsien cemetery. N.d. 

244986 Ts 'ai men tsai Yfleh wang 
ku an-tsang chih sheng-mo chi lieh 
hou 

List of names of members of 
Ts 'ai family of Canton. Ch 'ing. 

244987 YangWei-tsuchiian-wuchi- 
nien hsien-jen pei 

Donation of house to Hsien- 
hsien cemetery by Yang Wei-tsu, 
in memory of his deceased 
relatives. 1884. 

244988 Arabic inscription. Un- 
identified. 

244989 Hung shih i-ti pei-chi 
Donation of land for public 

cemetery by Hung family. Ma HsL 
1697. 

244990 Hsien-hsien She-erh-pa-lo 
mu-chih ming 

Epitaph of She-erh-pa-lo, 
Islamic priest from Mecca who 
died in Canton and was buried in 
Hsien-hsien cemetery. Ch. and 
Arabic. 1890. 

244991 Chin-ching pei-chi 
Contributions for defrajdng the 

expense of drilling a welL 1887. 

244992 Ch 'ung-hsiu Hsien-hsien 
Sai-erh-te mu szu chi 

Repairs on tomb and shrine of 
Sai-erh-te, Islamic priest. Hu 
Chang-ch 'ing. Cheng: Liu Ta- 
yung. 1815. 

244993 Huai-sheng szu hsi chu 
kung-chin fang-ming k 'ai-lieh 

List of contributors of work and 



money to Huai-sheng mosque, pur- 
pose not mentioned. Canton, 1849. 

244994 Ch 'ung-hsiu Hsien-hsien 
Su-ha-pa mu pei-chi 

Repairs on Su-ha-pa 's tomb in 
Hsien-hsien cemetery. Pao T 'ien- 
fu. Ma Ju-ch 'iian. N.d. 

244995 Kung-sung shih-pei 
Donation of a house to a 

mosque. Yang Sung-huai. 1886. 

244996 Arabic inscriptions. Un- 
identified. 

244997 Ch 'ung-hsiu Hsien-hsien 
ku-mu pei-chi 

Repairs to Hsien-hsien ancient 
cemetery. 1863. 

244998 Wei wang-tzu hsiu-sao fen- 
mu chiian-k 'uan pei-chi 

Donation of a piece of property 
to a mosque. 1794. 

244999 Ching-sung chiang-chieh 
ching-wen pei-chi 

Donation of a complete set of 
the Koran to Hao-p 'an and Huai- 
sheng mosques, by a Canton 
business man, Ch 'ien Szu-ho. 
Stone erected by Yang Ho-Ung and 
T'o Hsien-chao. Ch. and Arabic. 
Canton, 1880. 

245000 Chi-hui kung kou wu-ch 'an 
chiian-szu pei 

Collecting a sum of money by 
members of congregation of Hao- 
p'an mosque, to purchase proper- 
ty. Stone erected by YangShih- 
hsiang and others. Canton, 1827. 

245001 Chi-nien Hsien-hsien Sai- 
erh-ti chi-ch 'en chiian-k 'uan 

Donation by Ming Ch 'i-hsiang, 
Yunnan businessman, to finance 
annual memorial service for Sai- 
erh-ti. 1819. 

245002 Shao-sheng t'ang hui-yu 
chiian-k 'uan tso sheng-chi pei 

Donation of Shao-sheng Frater- 
nity to Hao-p 'an mosque for an- 
nual celebration of Mohammad's 
birthday. Canton, 1879. 

245003 Ch'iin-ying t'ang ch 'ang- 
yeh pei-chi 



458 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Donation of a house by members 
of the Ch 'iin-ying Society for the 
upkeep of Hao-p 'an mosque. Can- 
ton, 1880. 

245004 Chiang-nan chung-k 'o 
chxian-k'uan Kuang-t'a teng wu- 
szu pei 

Fund established by a group of 
Kiangnan businessmen to aid 
distressed travelers. 1783. 

245005 Lo-shan pieh-shu chu- 
tsang ch 'ang-yeh pei-chi 

Donation to pay funeral ex- 
penses of the poor. 1880. 

245006 Chi-shan t'ang chiian-tzu 
Hao-p 'an szu pei 

Fund donated by Chi-shan t 'ang 
for relief of the poor, to be 
distributed by Hao-p 'an mosque. 
Canton, 1888. 

245007 I-szu-nilao-jen-huichih-mai 
p 'u-wu pei-chi 

Purchase and presentation of 
shop and house to Kuang-t 'a and 
Hao-p 'an mosques by Islam Old 
Men Society. Canton, 1761. 

245008 Szu Ch 'ing-chen-szu kung- 
she pei-chi 

Fund established by four 
mosques to pay for the upkeep of 
the public tombs. 1774. 

245009 Shang-yii sheng shih fen- 
pei pu-cheng hui-chiao ching-wen 
jen 

Imperial edict prohibiting 
government interference in con- 
troversy arising over different ver- 
sions of the Koran. 1782. Recarved 
1884. 

245010 Hao-p 'an chieh Ch'ing- 
chen szu tseng chih f ang-ch 'an pei- 
chi 

Purchase of additional property 
by Hao-p 'an mosque. Stone 
erected by Pao T'ing-chih and 
others. Canton, 1766. 



245011 Ch'ung-chien Ch'ing-chen 
szu chi 

Re-establishment of Hao-p 'an 
mosque. Fan Tse-ta. Canton, 1710. 

245012 Szu-tu ch 'ung-hsiu 
shuang- fang pei-chi 

Fourth reconstruction of the 
shuang-fang (home for destitute 
widows). Stone erected by Ma Yu- 
chih and others. 1842. 

245013 Chi-hsiu-hui chiian-k 'uan 
chi 

Fund donated by Chi-hsiu Socie- 
ty. Pao Te-kang. 1840. 

245014 Ch 'ing-chen szu chung- 
t 'ien pei-chi 

Donation of public fields, to pay 
salaries of the priests of Huai- 
sheng and Hao-p 'an mosques. 
Cheng Chi-t'ai. Ch'en Li. Chuan: 
Yii Min-yeh. Canton, 1711. 

245015 Ch 'ung-hsiu Hao-p 'an 
ch 'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

Reconstruction of Hao-p 'an 
mosque. Canton, N.d. 

245016 List of donors for repairs to 
Hao P'an Mosque. 1861. Arabic 
and Chinese. 

245017 Record of repairs on Han 
P'an Mosque. 1772. 

245123 Chou bronze vessel inscrip- 
tion. 

245124 Chou bronze vessel 

245125 Chou bronze bell 

245546 (Prayers and general re- 
marks on Islamic faith.) Arabic 
and Persian. Illus. 

264261 (Illustrated tablet showing 
life of Buddha from birth to 
death.) N.p. (735) Obverse of 
264262. ScroU: 180x61. Illus. 

264262 (Illustrated tablet, pro- 
bably showing donors.) N.p. 735. 
Reverse of 264261. Scroll: 
180x61. 



APPENDIX II 



The following list is a survey of a part of the Laufer collection which, for unknown 
reasons, remained in the American Museum of Natural History in New York and 
was only in 1973 temporarily deposited in Field Museum. The numbers and iden- 
tifications are taken from Laufer's private accession list. Especially noteworthy are 
the large amount of rubbings from Lung-men and the complete set of T 'ai-shan rub- 
bings. 



Chinese inscription, Pai- 
Chinese inscription, Pai- 



20 Tibetan-Mongolian in- 

scription, Pai-t 'a szu, Peking 

21 

t 'a szu 

22 

t 'a szu 

33-34 Chinese side inscription, 

Chan-t 'an szu, Peking 

108-111 Four side inscriptions, 

Chan-t 'an szu 

926 Autograph of Huang 

T 'ing-chien, Sung 

931-936 Autograph of Huang 

T 'ing-chien. Sung 



Duplicates of 931-936 
Fang shan, 1631 
Chi-ning chou, bas-relief, 

Chi-ning chou, bas-reUef , 



937-942 

992 

1130 

Han 
1131 

Han 
1132 Chi-ning chou, Con- 

fucius visit to Lao-tzu 
1134-1136 Three bas-reliefs. Tung- 

hsi ch 'ueh $^ x^ ^^ 
1198 Bas-rehef, Hsiao-t 'ang 

shan 
1313-1330 Ch'u-fu. Confucius 

Temple, Han 
1345 Ch 'ii-fu, Sheng-miao, 

Ch 'eng-hua period (1465-87) 
1346-1348 Ch 'u-fu, Sheng-miao, 

fan-writings on stone 



1349-1350 Ch 'ii-fu. Sheng-miao, 

tui-tzu 
1351-1352 Ch'u-fu, Sheng-miao, 

two characters hsing tan. Ch 'eng- 

an period (1196-1200) 
1353 Ch 'ii-fu. Sheng-miao, 

sacred tree 
1354-1357 Ch 'ii-fu. Sheng-miao, 

four T 'ang inscriptions 
1358-1362 Ch 'u-fu, Sheng-miao, 

autograph of emperor K 'ang-hsi 
1363-1366 Ch 'ii-fu, Sheng-miao, 

T 'ang inscriptions 
1590-1595 Yen-chou fu, Liu-ch'ao 

inscriptions 
1596-1599 Chi-nan fu, four T'ang 

inscriptions 

1600 Chi-nan fu. The Seven 
Saints of Chu-lin *T^^J^ (Bamboo 
Grove) 

1601 Te-chou 

1602 Te-chou. Ma-ming szu 

1603-1606 Huang T 'ing-chien. 
Sung 

1607 Han inscription, tomb 
of Liu chtin. 187 

1608 Tsou hsien, Meng-miao. 
portrait of Meng-tzu 

1609 Tsou hsien. Meng-miao. 
reverse of 1608 



459 



460 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



1610 Tsou hsien, Meng-miao, 
scenes from the life of Meng-tzu 

1611 Tsou hsien, Meng-miao, 
reverse of 1610 

1612 Tsou hsien, Meng-miao, 
sacred tree 

1613-1625 Tsou hsien, Meng-miao, 

13 Han inscriptions and others 
1635-1638 T'ai-an fu, four Sung 

inscriptions 
1639-1644 T 'ai-an fu, T 'ai-miao 
1645 Tsou hsien, large rock 

inscription 
1854-1858 T'ai-shan, five rock 

inscriptions 
1859-1860 T'ai-shan, two rock 

inscriptions 

1861 T 'ai-miao, T'ai-an fu, 
map of T 'ai-shan 

1862 T 'ai-miao, T'ai-an fu, 
Sung 

1863-1867 T 'ai-miao, T'ai-an fu, 

eulogy on T 'ai-shan, 1775 
1868-1871 T 'ai-miao, T'ai-an fu, 
pictorial stone engravings (1869. 
lUus.) 
1872-1974 T'ai-shan, complete set 

of inscriptions 
1975-1979 T 'ai-shan, inscriptions 
1998-2005 T 'ai-an fu, T 'ai-miao 
2047 Lo-yang hsien, 717 

2048-2067 Lo-yang hsien. Lung- 
men 
2068 Lo-yang hsien, T 'ang 

2069-2163 Lo-yang hsien, Lung- 
men, small bas-reliefs and inscrip- 
tions 
2636 Lu-liang hsien, Ch 'ii- 

ching fu, Yunnan 
2675-2688 Hangchow, Hsi-hu 
2689-2709 Hangchow, Hsi-hu 



2734-2767 Nanking, 34 small 
copies of Han inscriptions 

2768 Nanking, Ling-ku szu, 
Fei-lai chien 

2769 Nanking, Ling-ku szu. 
Portrait of Pao Chi-kung 

2770 Nanking, Ling-ku szu. 
Portrait of Pao-Chi-kung 

2771-2772 Nanking, Ling-ku szu. 
Inscription of Pao Chi-kung 

2773-2774 Nanking, Wu-liang tien, 
Tao-kuang period (1821-1850) 

2775 Nanking, Wu-liang tien, 
Hsien-feng period (1851-1861) 

2776 Nanking, Wu-liang tien, 
T 'ung-chih period (1862-1874) 

2778-2779 Nanking, Ling-ku szu, 

tomb inscription in mirror writing 
2791-2814 Hu-kuang, Yueh-yang 

lou chi i PI 41 1£- (two sets of 12 

sheets) 
2989-3020 Fu-chou fu, Ma-ku shan 

hsien-t 'an chi 
3180 Rubbings of bronze 

vessels in Hsi-an fu 
3183 Rubbings of bronze 

vessels in Hsi-an fu 
3202-3215 Rubbings of bronze 

mirrors in our collection 
3217 Rubbings of bronze 

mirrors in our collection 
3220-3223 Rubbings of bronze 

mirrors in our collection 
3232-3237 Rubbings of bronze 

mirrors in our collection 
3245-3248 Rubbings of bronze 

mirrors in our collection 
3311-3314 Four stones excavated 

in Ching-yang hsien :j1P^ 
3315 Lo-yang hsien. Lung- 

men 



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Le P.Antoine Gaubil S.J.: Correspondance de P6kin, 1722-1759. Gendve: Droz 

1970. 
Mizuno (1) 

Mizuno Seiichi: R}^mon sekkutsu no kenkyu. Tokyo 1941. (Toho bunka ken- 

k}aijo hokoku. 16.) 






Nishikawa (1) __ ,^ __^^.j.^,. 

Nishikawa Yasushi ^>''l^ : Seian hirin ^^^f^^ [Pref. by Kuo 

Mo-jo.]. Tokyo: Kodansha 1966. 276 ill. on plates, 31 p.2°. 
Parker (1) 

E.H.Parker: Islam in China. Asiatic Quarterly Review.III,25.1908,139-146. 
Radloff (1) 

Wilhelm Radloff: O novom sposobe prigotovlenija estampaSej s nadpisej na 

kamnjach. Zapiski vostocnago otdelenija rossijskago archeologiSeskago 

obS«estva.7.1892.169-181. 
Toussaint (1) 

G.Ch.Toussaint: La Tao to king grav6 sur pierre. Estampages publics. T'oung 

Pao.II,6.1905,229-236. 
Whitfield (1) 

Roderick Whitfield: The iron brush. Chinese rubbings from engraved stones. 

(London: British Museum 1974). 2 pp.8° [mimeogr.]. 



461 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

Captions under the illustrations refer only to the actual rubbings. 
Complete information can be found in the catalogue entries or in the 
appendices. 



462 



Entry 36. One of a pair. 




463 




Entry 45. 



464 




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465 




Entry 54. 



466 




Entry 77. Detail. 
467 




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469 




Entry 86. One of eight pages. 



470 




Entry 87. Liu Chiin eulogy; one page. 



471 




Entry 87. Cheng-chih eulogy; one page. 



472 




473 




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484 




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Entry 493. Reverse. 



493 




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504 




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515 




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616 




Entry 715. Epitaph. 



517 




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618 





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619 




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528 




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545 




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INDEX OF TITLES 



I I I ch'i-yueh liu jih CID-hui wei 



wang-fu tsao-hsiang chi 7 
n hsien yii UD ling yen 84 
D Pei-lien hou chih t 'i-ming 22 
D Shen-yiian tsao-hsiang chi 614 
n Tao-ch 'eng tsao-hsiang chi 430 
nH tsao shih-chia hsiang chi i i ii 673 
D Yeh-fa Ts'ang-shang teng tsao ti- 
ts 'ang p 'u-sa hsiang chi D 622 
A-la-po wen ch 'ih-tz 'u Li-pai szu pei- 

chi 977 
Al-salam 'alaikum 1278 
An-ting wang tsao-hsiang chi 388 
An-ytian miao chan-li chu-shih yu hsii 
1657, 1658 



Bi gdnici. fucihi-i tacihiyan. . .1486 

Bi-mamnuniyatr 1998 

Bolgo boloko kdbulika-i subargan-i 

ejebun 1752 
Budala-i tob 6ajin-i juktehen-i 

eldengge wehei bithe 1688 
Budala juktehen be weileme sanggaha 

manggi 1699 



Chan-t 'an jui-hsiang 1086 

Chan-t 'an jui-hsiang chi 1069 

Chan-taoko 1454 

Ch 'an-tieh ta-ch 'an-shih t 'a ming 953 

Chang Ch 'ang-ch 'iu t 'a-ming 651 

Chang Chao shu shih-ku ko 1240 

Chang Chao shu shih-ku ko pei-wen 

1241 
Chang-ch 'eng pei-chi 1936 
Chang Ch 'ing-sun tsao ti-tsang p 'u-sa 

hsiang chi 544 



Ch 'ang-ch 'un Ch'iu chen-jen tao- 

hsing pei 1960 
Chang Hsien sung-tzu 908 
Chang Hu-lin tsao fo hsiang chi 1014 
Chang kung ch'ang-sheng pei-chi 

1104 
Ch 'ang-li wu-chen 812 
Ch'ang-lo wei-yang 121, 122, 126 
Ch'ang-nan Wang Hsiao tz'u-nan 

Wang Chih kung yang 330 
Chang p 'o tsao-hsiang chi 611 
Ch 'ang-sheng wu-chi 125 
Ch 'ang-shou-hui pei-chi 1924 
Chang Tao-chiin tsao-hsiang chi 700 
Chang Tsu tsao-hsiang chi 463 
Chang Tsung pei 591 
Chang Tzu-hsi ming 1117 
Chang Wan-ming tsao fo-hsiang chi 

490 
Chang Yiian-chung fu-jen Ling-hu 

shih mu chih 677 
Chang Yiian-tsu ch 'i wei wang-fu 

tsao-hsiang 372 
Chao A-huan teng tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 413 
Chao Chen tsao-hsiang chi 445 
Chao-i shang-ting ho-t 'ung wei i-jang 

Pei-t 'ang tsai Hsi-shih k 'u kai- 

chien pan-fa pei-chi 1953 
Ch 'ao Kao-seng-chuan hsii 759 
Chao K 'o-hsiang tsao-hsiang chi 537 
Chao Mai Chao Yiian hsiang 254 
Chao Meng-fu yu T'ien-kuan shan 

shih-kao 1468 
Chao Pao-heng chiian shih-fang szu 

chien Ch 'ing-chen szu pei-chi 1913 
Chao Sung-hsiieh Chin-kang ching 

hsiao k 'ai t 'ieh 857 



698 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



5v9 



Chao T 'ing-huai chiian shih-fang 

Tung-ta szu pei-chi 1905 
Chao Wen-min kung pa cha chen-chi 

20 
Chao Yiian-hsueh chiian-wu ch 'eng-nei 

Tung szu chi Chang Chia-chuang 

szu pei-chi 1849 
Che Chin-szu lu 1506 
Chekuei 1083 
Chen-chiao szu pei-chi 1455 
Ch 'en Hui tsao-hsiang chi 635 
Ch 'en Tao-fu hui-lan fu shih 1566 
Chen-ts 'ao Ch 'ien-tzu-wen 808 
Chen-wei chiang-chiin Cm tsao fo- 

hsiang chi 377 
Chen-wen lieh-shih hsiin-ming chi chih 

erh mo pei 1323 
Ch 'en Ying-chii chu-tsao teng-p 'en i 

tsun chi 1116 
Cheng Ch 'ang-yu tsao-hsiang chi 379 
Cheng Ch 'eng-kung shou-chi 1284 
Cheng-chi ko-wu shuo pei 1067 
Ch 'eng fu-tzu Yen-tzu so hao ho-hsiieh 

lun 1550 
Cheng-ho nien t 'i-ming 810 
Cheng Hsin tsao shih-chia-mou-ni 

hsiang chi 945 
Ch 'eng-hua shih-san nien tsao-hsiang 

956 
Cheng Ku pei ts 'an-shih 265 
Cheng-te shih-k 'o 980 
Cheng Ting shih chiian-wu Ta-tung 

szu pei-chi 1952 
Ch 'eng Tsun-chou tsao shih-chia-mou- 
ni hsiang chi 480 
Ch 'eng-tzu szu chen 1007 
Cheng-yen su 712 
Ch 'i chen tao-hsing p>ei 1958 
Chi-ch'ing t'ang kung hsiang sung 

chu Nan-ch 'eng szu pei-liieh 1910 
Chi-ch 'ing t 'ang kung hsiang tsai chih 

ch 'an-yeh fen-hui ch 'i-chiian pei- 
chi 1921 
Chi-ch 'ou mu-ch 'un yti-t 'i 1683 
Ch'i Chiin-tsao shu Han Yii p'ing 

Huai-hsi pei 1896 
Chi-chiin wang Yu tsao-hsiang chi 410 
Ch 'i-hu hsiang 144 
Chi-ku mei-hua shih 1525 
Chi K 'ung-tzu wen 979 



Chi-nan Liu Shih-ning t 'i 1242 

Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Ch 'i Tiao- 

kai Nan-kung Kua Kung-sun Lung 

hsiang 897 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Jan Keng 

Jan Ch 'iu hsiang 900 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o K'ung- 

men ti-tzu hsiang 901 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Shen 

Ch 'eng Jang-szu Ch 'ih hsiang 895 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Shih Chih- 

ch'ang Kung-tsu Chii-tzu hsiang 

902 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Yen Hui 

Min Sun hsiang 894 
Ch 'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k 'o Yen Yen 

Tsai Yxi hsiang 896 
Chi shih-ku so-yu wen-ch'eng shih 

chang chih shih ku ch 'ung-k 'o hsii 

1806 
Ch 'i tao 2008 
Ch 'i tsao-hsiang 462 
Chi-tseng Meng-ying ta-shih shih 

pei- wen 772 
Ch'i yii shu-t'i fang-sheng ch'ih pei 

o-piao 680 
Chia-ch 'en chung-ch 'un chung-huan 

yxi-t'i 1761 
Chia Fu-pao tsao ming t 'a chi 627 
Chia Jen-D ch 'i Yang Kuei-jung tsao 

hsiang 629 
Chia-yeh p 'u-sa pei 298 
Chiang-chiin shih 16 
Chiang Hui Ch 'en Chih t 'i-ming 981 
Chiang-nan ch'ung chiin Wu-sung 

Chiang pei 1850 
Chiang-nan chung-k 'o chiian k 'uan 

pei-chi 1758 
Chiang Tsuan tsao-hsiang chi 467 
Chiang-yin chou-p 'an kuan Yxi-lin 

t 'ieh-mu-erh t 'i-ming 843 
Chiang-yiian chung-pei chi 1044 
Chiang Yiin-hsiin shu Su Shih chii 

1667 
Chiao-shan hsien-sheng ming-yii chien- 

shih 881 
Chiao-ts 'ui hsieh 1563 
Chiao-tung ling Wang chiin tuan-pei 

307 
Chiao weng Chia lao-kung tsu fu Ch 'in 



600 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



hsiu-chan yung 1447 
Chieh-t 'an chien wu-pai lo-han tsun- 

che pei-chi 1705 
Ch 'ien-chien t 'ien-chu t 'ang pei-chi 

1966 
Ch 'ien-chou Szu-cheng t 'ang chi 826 
Ch 'ien chu-chiang Tzu-ch 'ing Che lao- 

fu-tzu te-chiao pei-chi 1988 
Chien-ch 'u yiian nien chuan 220 
Ch 'ien Feng shou-chi 1565 
Ch 'ien-fu szu sha-men T 'i-ching tsao- 

hsiang chi 587 
Chien-li ching-ch 'uang chi 633 
Ch 'ien-lung chan-li tso 1800 
Ch 'ien-lung jen-shen yii-t 'i 1604 
Ch 'ien-lung P 'an-ku szu tso 1668 
Ch 'ien-lung ping-tzu ch'un san-yiieh 

yti-t'i 1622 
Ch 'ien-lung ping-tzu ch 'un yii-t 'i 

1623, 1624 
Ch 'ien-lung ping-tzu tieh chiu-tso yiin 

yii-pi 1621 
Ch 'ien-lung ping-tzu yii-t 'i 1620 
Ch 'ien-lung P 'u-chiieh szu chan-h tso- 

shih pei-chi 1790 
Ch 'ien-lung j^-chih pei 1805 
Ch 'ien-lung yii-chih shih pei-chi 1676, 

1677 
Ch 'ien-lung yii-chih szu-chu-ku-t 'ing 

shih pei 1662 
Ch 'ien-lung yii-pi shih 1575 
Ch 'ien-lung yii-pi tz 'u Shan-hsi hsiin- 

fu Pi Yiian te-yii shih 1708 
Ch 'ien-lung yii-t 'i 1747 
Ch 'ien-lung yung yin-hsing pei-chi 

1661 
Chien-ming 291 

Ch 'ien-tzu-wen 951, 1036, 1092 
Ch 'ien-tzu-wen tuan-pei 669 
Ch 'ien Yung t 'i-chi Han Wu shih 

shih-shih shih-k 'o 1813 
Ch 'ih-chien Hei-lung t 'an pei t 'ing 

1090 
Ch 'ih-chien Hui-jen Li-pai szu pei-chi 

1654, 1655 
Ch 'ih-chien Ma-an shan Wan-shou ta 

Chieh-t 'an t 'an-chu p 'ing-yang ti- 

szu-shih tz 'u tzu Che kung hsing- 

shihpei 1603 
Ch 'ih-chien Ma-an shan Wan-shou ta 



Chieh-t 'an ti-i-tai k 'ai-shan ta- 

t 'an-chu seng lu szu tso chiang- 

ching Fu kung ta-shih hsing-shih 

pei 952 
Ch 'ih-chien Te-kuo shih-ch 'en K 'o-Un- 

te shih-fang pei-chi 1978 
Ch'ih-feng Hei-lung fan lung-wang 

pei- wen 1569 
Ch 'ih fu-hsing chiin-hsien hsien-sheng 

miao szu pei 916 
Ch'ih-ho szu ni Tao-seng tsao mi-lo 

hsiang chi 396 
Chih-ma chi ch 'iin-shou hsiang 196 
Chih-mai Hsiao-tung-ying ch 'ing-chen 

szu ch 'ang-wu pei-chi 1897 
Chih-sheng hsiang shih-k 'o 898 
Chih-sheng hsien-shih hsiang 1552, 

1852 
Chih-sheng hsien-shih K 'ung-tzu miao 

t'u 1321 
Chih-sheng hsien-shih K 'ung-tzu 

tsan 1476 
Chih-te erh nien tsao Lao-chiin hsiang 

chi 678 
Chih-t 'ou shu tui-lien 1303 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Ch 'ing-chen szu pei 875 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Ch 'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

1124, 1898, 1899 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Ch 'ing-hsiu szu t 'u 878 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Ch 'ing-hsiu szu ch 'ung- 

hsiu pei-chi 1005 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u ch 'ung-hsiu P 'u-chao szu 

pei-chi 970 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Hu-kuo tz 'u-yiin szu chu- 

ch 'ih chu-jen Liao-k 'ung ho-shang 

ping t 'u Hsin-ju ch 'ung-hsiu 

chi 1434 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Li-pai szu chi 976 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Li-pai szu ch 'ung-hsiu pei- 
chi 1109, 1110 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Li-pai szu pei 1679 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Li-pai szu tseng-hsiu pei- 
chi 974, 975 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u P 'u-chao szu chi 940 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Shan-kuo szu ch'eng- 

ch 'iian pei 960 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Shan-kuo szu ch 'eng- 

ch 'iian pei-yin 1142 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Shan-kuo szu ch 'ung-hsing 

pei 961-963 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



eoi 



Ch 'ih-tz 'u Sheng-kuo szu o 934, 935 
Ch'ih-tz'u Te Ao I kuo lii-chii ping- 

min ying-ti kuan-min joing-yuan 

pao-hu pei 1984 
Ch 'ih-tz 'u Wan-shou ch 'an-szu pei-chi 

927 
Ch'ih-yii 931.958 
Ch 'ih-yli nan-hal P 'u-t 'o shan P 'u- 

t 'o szu chu-ch 'ih chi seng-jen teng 

1094 
Chin Chang shih chiian-wu Hsiao- 

tung-ying szu pei-chi 1883 
Chin-chin t 'ing ou-yxin 1281 
Chin-chou Hsiang-ling hsien Ts 'ui 

Yiian-yii tsao-hsiang chi 344 
Chin-chung pao-kuo 1017, 1018 
Ch 'in-chung tsa-yung shih shou 1582 
Ch 'in Han wa tang wen-tzu 79, 80 
Chin-hsien kung-chu wei tsou sheng- 

shang tz 'u ta T 'ang i ching-chiian 

ch 'ung wei shih-ching pen pei- 
chi 660 
Chin Jen-ch'eng t'ai-shou fu-jen Sun 

shih chih pei 318 
Chin-kang po-jo-po-lo-nai ching 1102 
Chin-kuang p 'u-chao 1625, 1951 
Chin Liu T 'ao mu-chih 317 
Chin Sheng-yang teng chiian-ch'an 

hsing-hsiieh pei-chi 1980 
Chin-shih 1082 

Chin shih-ching chuang ts 'an-tzu 701 
Chin-shih Yao Tu-lii teng t 'i-ming 25 
Chin t 'a Shu hsien-chu miao pei 831 
Ch 'in T 'ai-shan ts 'an-tzu 82 
Chin T 'ai-yiian chiu nien chuan 326 
Chin T 'ai-yiian shih-chiu nien chuan 

327 
Ch 'in Teng t 'ai-wei tz 'u-pei 329 
Ch 'in Ying teng t 'ung yu Ling-yin szu 

chi 1822 
Ch 'in yiian ch 'un tu Wei 889 
Ching-chao fu ch'ung-hsiu fu-hsiieh 

chi 823 
Ching-chao fu fu-hsiieh hsin-i shih- 
ching chi 801 
Ching-chao fu hsiao-hsiieh kuei 788 
Ching-chao fu-hsiieh chiao-shou t 'i- 

ming chi 835 
Ching-chao fu t'i hsiieh so t'ieh pei 

829 



Ch 'ing-chen chiao pei 1680 

Ch 'ing-chen Hui-chiao i-yiian pei 1533 

Ch 'ing-chen li-pai Yung-shou szu pei- 
chi 1860 

Ch 'ing-chen szu Chao shih chien-fang 
ping k 'ai-chi yiian-liu hsii 1462 

Ch 'ing-chen szu chu-yiian-jen ming- 
tan 938, 1277 

Ch 'ing-chen szu i-shih kuei-t 'iao chi 
k 'ai shih-san chien shih-k 'o 1879 

Ch 'ing-chen szu pei-wen 45 

Ch 'ing-chen ta-szu pei 1895 

Ch 'ing-chen t 'ung-chih pei-o 1269 

Ch'ing ching hua ch'eng t'a-chi 
1752, 1753 

Ch 'ing-ch 'tian szu seng P 'u-chi tsao- 
hsiang chi 495 

Ching-hsi T 'an-che shan Chia-fu szu 
cheng kueing chii-shih Hsii kung 
yiian-li t 'a pei-chi ming 1084 

Ch'ing-hsin nvi Chu Ching-fei tsao 
shih-chia hsiang chi 426 

Ch'ing-hsin nii Jen wang erh jen 
tsao-hsiang chi 339 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii Kao tsao a-mi-t 'o 
hsiang chi 450 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii K 'o-tun tsao a-mi-t 'o 
hsiang chi 447 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii Han tsao a-mi-t 'o 
hsiang chi 603 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii Sun Hua-D tsao- 
hsiang chi 8 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii Szu-ma chi nan Mo-hui 
teng tsao-hsiang chi 615 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii ti-tzu CD tsao a-mi-t 'o 
hsiang chi 607 

Ch 'ing-hsin nii Yang Pao-sheng tsao 
mi-lo hsiang chi 341 

Ch'ing-hsin nii Yin Ching-miao tsao- 
hsiang chi 405 

Ch 'ing-hsin shih Li Yiian teng tsao- 
hsiang chi 441 

Ch 'ing-hsin shih Ts 'ao Lien tsao shih- 
chia hsiang chi 398 

Ching-hsiu hsi-lai chen-jen mu-chih 
1903 

Ching i chen yu hsii 1006 

Ching-k 'o Chang Hei-nii mu-chih 431 

Ching-kuan tzu-te pei 1076 

Ching-li tsao-hsiang 411 



602 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ch 'ing-lien ju-ch 'ao 910 
Ch 'ing-lung hsiang 154,177 
Ching-lung kuan chung-ming 641 
Ch'ing nei-fu so-ts'ang Chou ch'i 

mu-k'o 1981 
Ching-piao Li hsiao-tzu Te-ch 'eng pei 

920 
Ching-p 'ing san nien tsao-hsiang 331 
Ching sung Nan-sheng szu hsiieh- 

t 'ang min-fang pei-chi 1888 
Ching- tu ta-pei-sheng hui ch 'i-min 

shan hsin jen teng chiian-ch 'ien 

hsiu ch 'iao pei-chi 1884 
Ch 'iu Ch 'ang-ch 'u chen-jen shih-shih 

1946 
Chiu-ch 'eng kung li-ch 'iian ming 

1294 
Chiu-chiu hsiao han chih t 'u 968 
Chiu-t 'a Chang Ch 'ien piao 288 
Chiu-t 'a Han ts 'an-pei szu chung 

87 
Chiu-t 'a Han Wen-hsi chang Han Jen 

ming 286 
Chiu-t 'a Lang-yeh t 'ai pei 78 
Chiu-t 'a Wang Mo-chieh wang-ch 'uan 

t'u 1113 
Ch'iu Wen-an tsao pai-3ai hsiang chi 

512 
Cho-sde chen-po yun-hva kung-ki rdo- 

reris-kyi yi-ge 1579 
Chou Chih-kuei hsi fu 1446 
Chou-chin t 'ang chi 792 
Chou-kung tz 'u-pei 648 
Chou tun ch 'i 2004 
Chou Wen-ming tsao-hsiang chi 518 
Chu Ch 'ing shu wu 1560 
Chu-chii 36 
Chu-ch'ueh chi p'u-shou hsiang 171- 

174 
Chu-ch 'iieh hsiang 175 
Chu chiin ch 'ang 94 
Chu-kuo fan ch 'ih lin tzu 26 
Ch 'u-t 'a Cheng wen-kung pei 401 
Ch 'u-t 'a Tiao hui kung mu-chih 408 
Ch 'u-t 'a Ts 'ui Ching-yung mu-chih 

407 
Chu-tzu chia-hsvin 1541 
Chuyin 1077 
Ch 'uan-chieh ta shih i-hsing chih pei 

822 



Ch 'uan-lin chi cheng tsung ti erh-shih- 

san tai Liao-tsung ho-shang 1458 
Chuan-shu Ch 'ien-tzu-wen 761 
Chuan-shu Ch 'ien-tzu-wen hsii 762 
Chuan-shu Ch 'ien-tzu-wen pei hua- 

wen 763 
Chuan-tzu san-hsing t 'u 906 
Ch 'uang-chien Ch'ing-chen szu pei 

1547 
Ch 'uang-chien Ch 'ing-chen szu p>ei-chi 

1022 
Ch 'uang-chien P'an-shan ku Chung- 

p 'an Cheng-fa szu pei-chi 1457 
Chuang-hsi wang shu 993, 994 
Chu-chi 1045 
Chii-chu 35 

Ch 'ii chiian-mo wen 1061 
Chii kan-chieh jen Li Fa-sheng teng 

lo-pei 1754 
Chii-she erh nien tsao chuan 217 
Chii t 'ieh 885 

Chiian-chu ching-hsvieh fang-wu pei- 
chi 1887 
Ch 'vian-shen-hsing wen 780a 
Ch 'iin-ch 'en shang-shou k 'o-shih 208 
Chiin-ch 'eng tso shu kung kuan pei- 
chi 1717 
Ch 'ui-yti hsiang 228 
Ch 'un-hua Pi-ko fa-t 'ieh 1324-1431 
Chun-t 'i p 'u-sa 905 
Ch 'un-yang Lii tsu hsiang 1096 
Ch'un-yii ch'ang Hsia Ch'eng pei 

1030 
Ch 'ung-cheng Hua-kao lao-hui pei-chi 

1969 
Ch 'ung-chien An-lan ch 'iao pei-chi 

1707 
Ch 'ung-chien Ch 'ing-chen szu chi 969 
Ch 'ung-chien Ch 'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

1482, 1858 
Ch 'ung-chien ching-i tz'u chiian-t'i 

pei-chi 1841 
Ch 'ung-chien T 'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin 

szu hsi-t 'ing 5aian nan-pei lou-fang 

pei-chi 1945 
Ch 'ung-chien Yung-ming hai-teng 

sheng-hui pei-chi 1938 
Chung-ho 1015 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Cheng-chiieh szu pei-wen 

1645, 1646 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



603 



Ch'ung-hsiu ch'eng-nan Ch'ing-chen 
szu pei hsil 1885 

Ch'ung-hsiu ch'eng-nan Ch'ing-chen 
szu t 'i-ming pei-chi 1835 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Ch 'ing-chen szu chi 1268 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Ch 'ing-chen szu lo- 
ch 'eng pei-chi 1915 

Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 
1118 

Ch'ung-hsiu Ch 'ing-ching szu chi 
1001 

Ch 'ung-hsiu ching i tz 'u pei-chi 1894 

Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'un-yang Lu kung 
tz 'u chi 1035 

Ch'ung-hsiu Ch'un-yang Lii kung 
tz'u pei-chi 1107, 1108 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Hei-lung t 'an Lung-wang 
miao pei-chi 1538 

Ch'ung-hsiu Hsiao- tung-ying ch'ing- 
chen szu pei-chi 1917 

Ch'ung-hsiu Hsiao- tung-ying ch'ing- 
chen szu t 'i-ming pei-chi 1918 

Ch 'ung-hsiu hu-kuo Kuang-hui szu chi 
1040. 1041 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Hung-jen szu ching-tsan 
chan-t 'an pao-hsiang 1640,1641 

Ch'ung-hsiu Hung-jen szu pei-wen 
1642, 1643 

Ch'ung-hsiu K'ung miao shih-ching 
chi 1068 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Li Ching an chi 1138 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Li-pai szu chi 937 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Ling-kuan miao pei-chi 
874 

Ch'ung-hsiu Lil-tsu tien ling-kan pei- 
chi 1971 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Lii-tsu tien pei-chi 1964 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Lung-tung ch 'ii pei 1856 

Ch 'ung-hsiu nan-ch 'eng Ch 'ing-chen 
szu p>ei-chi 1270 

Ch 'ung-hsiu nan-ch 'eng Ch 'ing-chen 
szu t 'i-ming pei-chi 1886, 1907, 
1949 

Ch 'ung-hsiu nan-ch 'eng Ch 'ing-chen 
szu t 'i-ming pei-chi chi ch 'ung- 
hsiu pen-szu hsiao-hsil 1834 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Nan-ch 'eng szu t 'i-ming 
pei-chi 1976 

Ch 'ung-hsiu Nan-chiang t 'ang pei 
chih 1912 



Ch 'ung-hsiu Pa ch 'iao lo-ch 'eng shih 

887 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Pai-lin szu pei-wen 1627, 

1628 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Pai-yiin kuan pei-chi 

1798, 1799, 1957 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'an-shan Li Ching an 

pei-chi 1136, 1137 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'an-shan she-li t 'a Yiin- 

chao szu pei-chi 1100 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'an-shan Wan-sung szu 

pei-chi 1750 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'an-shan Yvin-chao szu 

pei-chi 1870 
Ch 'ung-hsiu pei-chi 1456 
Ch 'ung-hsiu pei-)aian ch 'i-hsien t 'ang 

chi 824 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'u-ching ch 'an-lin lo- 
ch 'eng chan-li yu-shu pei-chi 1652 
Ch 'ung-hsiu P 'u-ching ch 'an-lin pei- 
chi 1486 
Ch 'ung-hsiu San-sheng miao chi 1050 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu chi 982 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-chi 983 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-chi hsii 

1610 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Shan-kuo szu pei-yin 

1474 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Sheng-kuo ch 'an-szu pei- 
chi 928 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Shih-fang p 'u-chiieh szu 

lo-ch 'eng chan-li erh-shou pei-chi 

1757 
Ch'ung-hsiu shih-san ching teng pei 

t'ingchi 1529 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Ta-ch 'eng tien chi 933 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Tz 'u-yu kung pei-chi 

1263 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Wan-shou ch 'an-szu 

chieh-t 'an chi 1037 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Wan-shou szu Chieh-t 'an 

pei-chi 1973 
Ch 'ung-hsiu wen-hsiian-wang miao chi 

758 
Ch 'ung-hsiu wen-miao pei-chi 1681 
Ch 'ung-hsiu Wu Liang tz 'u shih-shih 

chi 1944 
Ch 'ung-k 'o Kou-lou Ytl wen-pei chih i 

19 



604 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ch 'ung-k 'o Sung kou-pen Hsia 

Ch'engpei 1253 
Chung-kuo ku mu-chuan t 'u 81 
Chung-kuo Yu-t 'ai jen chia-p 'u chi-lu 

37 
Ch 'ung-li chih-sheng hsiang chi shih- 

k'o 1139 
Ch 'ung-li Han Wu shih tz'u shih-chi 

1796 
Ch 'ung-li wen-miao chu-pei chi 848 
Chung Lu erh hsien hua-hsiang pei 

751 
Ch'ung-mu Han shih-ching ts'an-tzu 

ko-pa 1847 
Ch'ung-mu T 'ang Li Hsiu ts'an-pei 

1840 
Ch 'ung-mu Wang-ch 'uan chen-chi 

1875 
Chung-nan shan ku Lou-kuan tao-tsu 

shuo ching-t 'ai chih shan t 'u 755 
Chung-nan shan Lao-tzu Tao-te-ching 

pei 574 
Ch 'ung-p 'ai shih-ku wen yin-hsvin 

1808 
Chung-shu cha-tzu 783 
Ch 'ung-teng P 'u-t 'o pei-chi 1927 
Chung-ting i chi wen-miao ching 

ch'eng 1540 
Ch'ung-yu T'ien-ch'eng szu shih 

1580 



Dasame dasatame weilebiihe sunja 

subargan-i juktehen-i eldengge 

wehei bithe 1645 
Dasame dasatame weilehe Be y6n 

k6waran-i eldengge wehei ejebun 

1799 
Dasame weilehe gosin be bada- 

rambuha juktehen-i eldengge 

wehei bithe 1642 
Dergi hese wasimbuhangge 1954 
Dergi hese wasimbuhangge gurun-i 

taciko de nenehe sefu be wecere 

durun 1669 
Dergi hese wasimbuhangge sahaUyan 

muduri juce-i muduri enduri 1569 
mDo sde 'di la 64 
rDo-rje'i 65 



En-lun 1544 

Erh jen tso hsiang 179 



Fa-chieh wei wang-mu tsao-hsiang 

636 
Fa-yiian szu pei-chi 1759, 1760 
Fan Ch'ih-fu Chou Ch'ung-tao t'i- 

ming 24 
Fan-chou Hung-chiao szu fen an she- 

li t'a ming 511 
Fan Ju-tzu tsao pai-yii hsiang chi 

433 
Fan Nu-tzu tsao-hsiang chi 432 
Fang Chung-p 'an shih pei-chi 1280 
Fang Kuan-ch'eng t'i hsiao-nii 

Ts'aoOpei 1589 
Fang-po O kung chih pei 1501 
Fang Yiian-huan shu 1293 
Fei-no-lo-sa hsien-sheng pei 1991 
Fei Wen-yii mu Wang Yu-chiin Sheng- 

chiao hsii-pa 1140 
Feng an K'ao-t'ing hsien-sheng yii 

Tung-hsiao kung wen 1020 
Feng-hsiang fu Hsiu-chen kuan tao- 

shih Ch'en Hsiian-yii tsao-hsiang 

chi 572 
Feng-huang hsiang 176, 186 
Feng Hui-pin teng tsao-hsiang ming 

469 
Feng i 1078 

Feng Liang tsao fo-hsiang chi 391 
Feng-ni lo-wen 66 
Feng-ni yin-wen 67, 68, 129 
Feng Pai-lo teng tsao-hsiang 303 
Feng shih tsao-hsiang 533 
Feng Su shen-tao pei 703 
Fo-chiao ching-wen ts 'an-shih 547, 

548, 555-557, 718 
Fo-chiao ming-wen ts 'an-shih 546 
Fo-chiao wen-tzu ts 'an-shih 549-553 
Fo-hsiang 536 
Fo-hsiang chi 959A 
Fo-hsiang i-k 'an 519 
Fo hsin-nii Li Yuan-ying shuai tzu 

Li T 'ao chiian-tzu pei 1666 
Fo hsin-nii Sun-men Wang shih 

teng t'ung shih fan erh-shih tui 

1085 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



605 



Fo shuo mo-li chih-t 'ien ching 766 
Fo t 'a pei-wen 454 
Fo ti-tzu I I I I I tsao-hsiang chi 489 
Fo ti-tzu Liu Ken teng tsao-hsiang chi 

423 
Fo ti-tzu T'an-hua teng tsao-hsiang 

chi 444 
Fo ti-tzu Wang Jen-tse tsao-hsiang 

chi 9 
Fo-ting-tsun-sheng chen-yen t 'a 1065 
Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching 14, 

562, 565 
Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t 'o-lo-ni ching 

ch'uang 709 
Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t 'o-lo-ni ching hsii 

561, 632 
Fo-ting-tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ch'uang 

563, 564 

Fo tsu ch 'uan-fa chi 929 

Fu-hsi Nii-wa hsiang 167, 178 

Fu kuan yiieh Wang chih shih pei 

1861 
Fu-kuei ch 'ang chuan 153 
Fu-shou 1016 
Fu-tzu chih pei 465 
Fu-tzu miao t 'ang-chi 768 



Geren hafan irgen ubade morin ci ebu 

1256 
Gin cuwan-i babe necihiyeme 

toktobufi Lenuwei-i bade folon 

folobume ilibuha eldengge wehei 

bithe 1713 
Gin cuwan-i babe necihiyeme 

toktobufi Meino-i bade folon 

folobume ilibuha eldengge wehei 

bithe 1714 
Gorokingge be elhe be obure juktehen 

de hargaSame doroloho baita be 

ejeme arahangge 1657 
Gosin be badarambuha juktehen be 

icemleme weilefi gingguleme araha 
I jamtan fucihi-i ferguwecuke 6ren-i 

maktacun 1640 
Gru 'dzin bstan-pa 'i rtas rtsa-ba 'i Iha- 

khah-gi 'od-ldan rdo-reris-gyi yi- 

ge 1690 
Gubci sebjengge juktehen-i eldengge 

wehei ejebun 1671 



rGyal-pos bris-pa 'i kun-tu bde-ba 'i 
glin-gi 'od-ltan rdo-rens-kyi yi-ge 
1612 

rGyal-pos bris-pa 'i yan bskyar nams 
ksos byas pa 'i mchod-rten dkar-po 
rdo-reris-kyi rkos byari 1606 

rGyal-pos phyag bris-mdzad-pa 'i rdo- 
rje rin-po-che 'i gdan-gyi mchod- 
rten rdo-rens 'od-ldan-gyi yi- 
ge 1591 

Gyon-ru bde-'jags su bkod-pa'i chul 
I-li'i sa char kha byaA-du sbyar- 
ba 'i od-ldan rdo-reris-kyi yi- 
ge 1618 



Hai-shan ti-i shih-k 'o 1143 

Han Ch 'ang-li hsien-sheng Fo-ku piao 

1239 
Han Cheng-ch 'iang hou Chang chiin 

ts 'an-pei 86 
Han chu chu-t 'ai hua-wen 140 
Han chuan wen-tzu 216 
Han ch 'un-ju hsiang 912 
Han Chung-liang pei 604 
Han Ho shih hsien-jen ching 137 
Han Hsia Ch 'eng pei ch 'ung-mu pen 

1251 
Han Hsiao-kuan chih pei 287 
Han Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih t'i- 

tzu 796 
Han hua-hsiang chih 227 
Han hua-hsiang chuan 116, 118 
Han Hua-hsiang chuan ch 'e-ma t 'u 

201 
Han hua-hsiang chuan ch 'eng-lu 

t'u 200 
Han hua-hsiang chuan fei-jen t 'u 190 
Han hua-hsiang chuan k'o-tzu chi 

shuang-jnii t'u 157 
Han hua-hsiang chuan li-che chi shou 

t'u 162 
Han hua-hsiang chuan lien-hua szu- 

chou niao-shou t^'u 199 
Han hua-hsiang chuan liu-po t 'u 

166 
Han hua-hsiang chuan nti-shen t 'u 

160 
Han hua-hsiang chuan pai-hu chi shou- 

mien hsien-huan t 'u 163 



606 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Han hua-hsiang chuan p 'eng-jen 

t'u 191 
Han hua-hsiang chuan pin-feng t'u 

192 
Han hua-hsiang chuan shen-jen shen- 

shou chi chu-ch 'iieh t 'u 161 
Han hua-hsiang chuan shen-jen shen- 

shou t'u 205 
Han hua-hsiang chuan t 'ing-chang t 'u 

181 
Han hua-hsiang chuan tung shih-men 

t 'u 203 
Han hua-hsiang chuan t 'ung-shu 

t'u 304 
Han hua-hsiang chuan wu-tao t 'u 195 
Han hua-hsiang chuan yen-chi t 'u 194 
Han hua-hsiang chuan yen Iieh t 'u 

202 
Han hua-hsiang chuan yen-lo t 'u 

193 
Han hua-hsiang shih 83, 95 
Han hua-hsiang shih chiu chung 91 
Han hua-hsiang shih-k'o 89, 92, 93, 

226 
Han hua-hsiang shih liang ch 'eng-ch 'e 

chi ts 'ung-che t 'u 169 
Han hua-hsiang shih san-shih 90 
Han hua hua-wen chuan 158, 159 
Han Huai-yiian miao chih pei 863 
Han-i araha Be lin s 'e juktehen-i 

eldengge wehei bithe 1628 
Han-i araha bei bithe 1571 
Han-i araha dasame dasatame weilehe 

ferguwecuke acabuha juktehen-i 

eldengge wehei bithe 1557 
Han-i araha dasame dasatame weilehe 

Sanggiyan subarhan-i eldengge 

wehei folon 1605 
Han-i araha dasame weilebuhe 

niowanggiyan tugingge juktehen-i 

eldengge wehei bithe 1595 
Han-i araha Gin cuwan-i babe necihi- 

yeme toktobufi amba tacikdi 

yamun Sanggaha be alaha 

eldengge wehei bithe 1590 
Han-i araha gubci nikton juktehen-i 

eldengge wehei bithe 1614 
Han-i araha Hoise aiman be necihi- 

yeme toktobufi gurun-i tacikd de 

gungge mutebuhe jalin ilibure 

eldengge wehei bithe 1635 



Han-i araha Jun gar be necihiyeme 

toktobuha gungge mutefi gurun-i 

tacikdi yamun iUbuha eldengge 

wehei bithe 1611 
Han-i araha wajir boobai teku-i 

subargan-i eldengge wehei bithe 

1594 
Han-i araha Wan 6eo s 'e giyai tan-i bei 

gi 1477 
Han-i araha Zanla Cucin .. . 1712 
Han I-yiin teng tsao-hsiang 358 
Han ku I-chou t 'ai-shou Pei-hai hsiang 

Ching chiin ming 232 
Han ku lang-chung Cheng chiin chih 

pei 266 

Han ku ling-chiao Pa-chiin t 'ai-shou 
Fan Min fu-chiin pei 292 

Han ku Po-ling t 'ai-shou K 'ung fu- 
chiin pei 278, 279 

Han ku Yen-chou tz 'u-shih Wang 
Chih-tzu ch 'iieh-mu k 'o 1597 

Han ku Yii-chou ts'ung shih K'ung 
chiin chih pei 274 

Han Kuan kung hsiang-tsan 909 

Han Kuo T 'ai pei 276 

Han Li wang chung-tien k 'o-shih 213 

Han Lou Shou pei ch'ung-mu pen 
1250 

Han-mo ch 'i-kuan 1601 

Han mu-chuan hua-wen 127 

Han p 'an ming-wen 2006 

Han shih-ching ts 'an-pei mu-pen 1793 

Han shih-k 'o t 'u-pan 88 

Han shih mu-ming 577 

Han Suan-tsao ling Liu Hsiung ts 'an- 
pei shuang-kou pen 1249 

Han T 'ai-shan tu-wei K 'ung Chou pei 
270, 271 

Han t 'ai-shih miao t 'u 813 

Han t'ao-lu wen-tzu 128 

Han t 'ao-p 'ing wen-tzu 215 

Han ts 'an-shih Li Tung-ch 'i t 'i-ming 
96 

Han Tun-huang t 'ai-shou P 'ei Ts 'en 
chi-kung pei mu k 'o-pen 1247 

Han t 'ung-ch 'i ming-wen 255 

Han t 'ung ch 'ien-p 'an 139 

Han t 'ung-ching ming-wen 138 

Han Tzu-wen tsao fu-t 'u hsiang 482 

Han wa tang hua-wen 123, 124 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



607 



Han wa tang wen-tzu 214 

Han Wen-kung tz 'u t 'u 33 

Han Wu-yen t'ai-shou Liu Yiieh pei 

ts 'an-shih 113 
Han yin-wen 134 
Han yti-yin wen 2009 
Han Yvian-chia yuan nien hua-hsiang 

chuan k 'o-tzu chi yii t 'u 257 
Han Yung-ho erh nien hua-hsiang 

chuan Hsi-wang-mu t 'u 230 
Han Yung-yiitui pa nien hua-hsiang 

chuan 223 
Hang-chiin ch 'ung-hsiu Li-pai szu chi 

972 
Hei-fan t 'ou-ch 'eng t 'u 1254 
Hei Weng-sheng teng tsao-hsiang chi 

443 
Hesei ilibuha hoise sai doroloro heng- 

kilere juktehen-i eldengge wehei 

ejebun 1654 
Ho Chi-tsung tsao-hsiang chi 959B 
Ho-ch 'ing san nien tsao-hsiang chi 

466 
Ho Ch 'ii-ang lai yu-man t 'i 748 
Ho Lo-sheng tsao-hsiang chi 438 
Ho-nan Shan-hsi ti-li chih t 'u 943 
Hou Han Kuei-chi Shang-3^ hsiao-nii 

Ts 'ao O pei 805, 999 
Hou Ling-kuang tsao-hsiang chi 479 
Hou t 'ai-fei wei wang-fu Kuang- 

ch 'uan wang tsao-hsiang chi 382 
H6waliyasun hdwaliyaha gung-ni bei 

bithe 1578 
Hdwangdi hese ambarame giyangnara 

hafan. . .1534 
Hdwangdi hese ambarame giyangnara 

hafan dorolon-i jurgan-i aliha am- 

ban 1461 
Howangdi hese ambarame giyangnara 

hafan. dorolon-i jurgan-i ici ergi 

ashan-i amban sunja jergi nong- 

giha Loca. . .1505 
Hsi-an fu ch'eng T'vmg-chi ch'ii 

chiin-min ho hsing shih-i pei 949 
Hsi-an fu pei-tung shih-k'o mu-lu 

1602 
Hsi-an Pei-lin Sung jen t 'i-ming 771 
Hsi-an tso 1491, 1492 
Hsi-p 'ing nien chuan 282 
Hsi-p 'ing ts 'an-pei 285 



Hsi-t 'i huo-tung sung tso 1719 
Hsi-tsang ch 'iian-t 'u 1322 
Hsi-tzu kuei-t 'iao 1260 
Hsi-wang-mu hsiang 189 
Hsi-yti szu fo-ching shih-k 'o 491 
Hsi-joi t 'ing chi 1570 
Hsi-yiian hsiang 185 
Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei 272, 273, 

760 
Hsi-yiieh Hua-shan miao pei mu k 'o- 

pen 1295 
Hsia ch'i-shih-erh hsien shih-k'o 

K'ung Chung Kuei Sim hsiang 

899 
Hsia-p 'i Huang Shih-kung shou 

Chang Liang su-shu chuan 475 
Hsiang chieh t 'u 1497 
Hsiang- jen hsiang 180 
Hsiang-kung chin-shih 996 
Hsiao-fu Chao fu-jen tzu I-wen hsiang 

253 
Hsiao-nii Ts 'ao O pei 1842 
Hsiao shih szu-shou feng sung Hsiieh 

Weng hsien-sheng 1285 
Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih chung- 

chien hou-pi hsi-pu hua-hsiang 

ts 'an-t 'a 111 
Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih chung- 

chien hou-pi tung-pu hua-hsiang 

112 
Hsiao-t 'ang shan shih-shih hsi-pi hua- 
hsiang 110 
Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih tung-pi 

hua-hsiang 108 
Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih tung-pi 

hua-hsiang ts 'an-t 'a 109 
Hsiao-tung-ying szu chih-yeh pei 1857 
Hsiao-tung-ying szu pei-chi 1889 
Hsiao- tzu Chia Fu-pao wei fu-mu 

tsao-t 'a ming 626 
Hsiao-tzu Li Ch 'eng chuan 1453 
Hsieh Po-ta tsao-hsiang chi 364 
Hsieh Shao-p 'eng shu Wang Kung-pu 

shih 797 
Hsieh Shih-yii Ling-yin t'i-chi 1911 
Hsieh Su-su hui Ian 1445 
Hsieh T 'ao hua-hsiang 1986 
Hsien-chii lo 1054 
Hsien-sheng tz 'u Hsia Ch'i t 'i-ming 

811 



608 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Hsin-chiang ting hou yii-chih shih 

1749 
Hsin-chieh ch'ing-chen szu chih-mei 

fang-yiian pei 1975 
Hsin-chieh ch 'ing-chen szu pei 1941 
Hsin-ch 'un ju-i lao-hui pei-chi 1706 
Hsin-hsiu Ch'ii-fu hsien wen-hsiian- 

wang miao chi 721 
Hsin-k 'ai T 'ung-chi ch 'ii chi 948 
Hsin-nii Sun Szu-hsiang tsao kuan- 

shih-yin hsiang chi 453 
Hsin shih-nii teng tsao-hsiang chi 367 
Hsing-kuan ch 'ien 523 
Hsiu K 'ung-tzu miao chih pei 520 
Hsiu-yiin szu Lung-hua tao-ch 'ang 

pei-chi 1744 
Hsii D-ho tsao-hsiang chi 414 
Hsii-chung chiin-tzu 1496 
Hsii I -so chia-hsiin pei 1115 
Hsii-mi-fu-shou chih miao pei-chi 1746 
Hsii-mi fu-shou chih miao tsun-chih 

pei-chi 1720, 1721 
Hsii Wei hui lan-shih fu-shih 1567 
Hsiian-miao kuan ch'ung-hsiu san- 

men chi 854 
Hsiian-pi t 'a pei 705 
Hsiian-pi t 'a pei-yin 710 
Hsiian-sheng wen-hsiian wang tsan 

1019 
Hsiian-yiian ling-ying sung ping hsii 

668 
Hsiieh-hsien Wu kung te-chiao ch 'ii 

szu pei 1487 
Hu 1914 

Hu-hsi shan-jen shih 1002 
Hu-hsien ling Hsii D tsao-hsiang chi 

481 
Hu Tzu-ch'e tsao-hsiang chi 510 
Hua-chou tz'u-shih An-ting wang 

tsao-hsiang chi 395 
Hua-hofu 1542 
Hua-hsiang 97 
Hua-hsiang chuan 155 
Hua-hsiang i (erh, san, szu, wu, liu, 

ch'i, pa, chiu, shih) ch'u Chia- 

hsiang. . .98-107 
Hua-i t 'u 820 
Hua-lan 1305, 1306 
Hua lung-hsiang chuan 197 
Hua-mei 752 



Hua-pei ts 'ao-mu 1478 
Hua-shan chi 1637 
Hua-shan shih pa-shou 1043 
Hua-wen Han chuan wen-tzu 117 
Hua-yin chiin-chiin Yang shih ho-tsang 

chi 637 
Huai-jen chi Yu-chiin shu sheng-chiao 

hsu 871 
Huan-ch'i sha tu Ching 1024 
Huan-su hsiian 1079 
Huan Ch'ing ch 'ih-chien Ming 

Ch 'ung-chen ti pei-chi 1438 
Huang Ch'ing tai-tseng Yii-ch'ang 

ch 'u-shih Yang kung chih 

mu 1644 
Huang-fu tsao-hsiang 478 
Huang-hsien tu hsiang Shih-yang Ii 

Ch 'vi Yen-yiin mu-chih 421 
Huang I Ch 'ien Yung t 'i-tzu 1823 
Huang Ming Ch 'eng-i Chen-yang 

Tseng kung mu 1141 
Huang Ming chien-kuo Lu wang 

k'uang-chih 1144 
Huang Ming sheng-yii 1126 
Huang Ming Shih-ching Cheng shih 

tsu-fen chih-ming 1145 
Huang Ming yii-chi 989 
Huang Shih-kung tz 'u chi 687, 688 
Huang-ti ch 'ih-yii chin-shih Wang 

Chih 919 
Huang-ti Yin-fu ching 764 
Huang-yu erh nien ch 'un shih-tien 

t'i 787 
Huhu noor be necihiyeme toktobufi 

baita mutehe doroi tacikdi yamun 

de ilibure bei bithe 1539 
Hui-chiao chiu-t 'iao i-lan 1920 
Hui-min Kuo Tsung-chou pin ch'ing 

pao-hu Ch 'ing-chen szu tsun-hsing 

chiu-li kao-shih pei- wen 1762 
Hung-chih yiian 1660 
Hung-chih yiian chi 1659 
Hung-meng shih chung-ting wen mo- 

k'o 2 
Hung-miao kuei-hua t'u 1255 
Hung-wen hsiian-hua 1493 
Hung-wu erh-shih-wu nien sheng-chih 

kuan-hsi Hui-hui pei wen 918 
Huo-pu ch 'ien 2005 
Huo san niang tsao-hsiang chi 723 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



I An-jriian miao tso 1715 

I chin chai shu-chiian 1837 

I-chou shih-k'o T'ang Hsiian-tsung 

yii-chu Tao-te-ching pei 659 
I-chou t 'ai-shou Kao I erh ch 'iieh 293 
I Hei-lung t 'an ch 'i-yii 1821 
I Hei-lung t 'an ch 'i-3ai liu join 1825 
I Hei-lung t 'an ch 'i yu pei-chi 1709 
I Hei-lung t 'an ch 'i-yii shih 1831 
I Hei-lung fan ch'i-soi tso 1814 
I Hei-lung t 'an ch 'i-yii joing ch 'ii-sui 

shih yiin 1830 
I-hou wang 142 

I hsien-t 'ien kuan-yin tung 1872 
I hsien-ying chi 777 
I-ma hsiang 170, 219 
I P'u-jen szu chan-U tso 1653, 1664, 

1682 
I-shan k 'o-shih mu pen 770 
I-shih Fa-tsung tsao-hsiang chi 366 
I szu nien-hsiang yii-pi 1608 
I T 'ang Wang Yen chu-ch 'u fu 28 
I-tsai T'ai-yiian Wang Shu-ts'ai t'i- 

ming 581 
I-tzu Chu Yang-sheng teng tsao- 
hsiang t 'i-ming 336 
I-tzu hsiang 380 
I-tzu Lei Seng-ming teng tsao mi-lo 

hsiang 335 
I-tzu teng ming-wen 211 
I-tzu Tu Tzu-chien teng t 'i-ming 302 
I wen-hsiian-wang miao chi 731 
I-yung wu-an wang shen-hsiang chi 

988 



Jen-shou yiian nien tsao t'ien-tsun 

hsiang chi 513 
Jih-pen jen Ming-ho t 'i-ming 1972 
Jo-ho ch'u-chien Ch'eng-huang miao 

nien-hsiang chan-li pa-yiin yu hsii 

pei-chi 1701-1704 
Ju Fa-liang tsao-hsiang chi 346 
Jun gar bde 'jags su bkod nas rjes 

sor Yi-li 'i sa cha kha byan-du 

mdzad-pa 'i 'od-ldan rdo-rens-gi yi- 

ge 1632 
Jun gar be necihiyeme toktobuha babe 

Hi bade ejeme ilibuha eldengge 

wehei bithe 1617. 1634 



Jun gar be necihiyeme toktobuha 
sirame Hi bade ejeme ilibuha 
eldengge wehei bithe 1631 



K'ai-ch'eng erh nien shih-k'o shih- 

erh ching Cheng T'an teng jen 

ming-lu ts 'an-shih 702 
K 'ai-fu szu sha-men Hui-t 'ien tsao- 
hsiang chi 997 
K'ai-huang chiu nien fo ti-tzu i i i i 

tsao-hsiang chi 505 
K 'ai-huang san nien tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 496 
K 'ai-huang shih-i nien tsao-hsiang chi 

509 
K'ai-huang shih nien tsao-hsiang chi 

508 
K 'ai-huang tsao-hsiang 492 
Kai-tz 'u Chung-nan shan kung kuan 

ming o-tieh 786 
K 'ai-yiian san nien tsao-hsiang chi 

646 
K 'ai-yiian shih-szu nien tsao-hsiang 

chi 657 
Kan-lu erh nien chuan 212 
K 'an Nan-shan t 'i-shih 31 
Kan-tai wu-chiang 1479 
Kang-chi chung-ti 1080 
K 'ang-hsi huang-ti ch 'ien li-pu shang- 

shu Wu Cheng-chih joi chi Wang 

Ch 'ung-chien wen 1461 
K 'ang-hsi huang-ti ch 'ien li-pu yu- 

shih-lang Lo Ch 'a yil chi Wang Hsi 

wen 1505 
K 'ang-hsi lin Mi tzu 1443 
K 'ang-hsi shu Lan-t 'ing hsii 1485 
K 'ang-hsi t 'i-tzu 1444 
K 'ang-hsi yii-chih tui-lien 1514 
K 'ang-hsi 3ai-pi 1484 
K 'ang-hsi yii-pi lin Tung tzu 1442 
K 'ang-hsi yii-pi T 'ang chii 1441 
K 'ang Seng-hsien tsao-hsiang chi 515 
Kao-li kuo kung-pu shang-shu Hsien 

kung mu-piao 817 
Kao P 'ing tsao-hsiang chi 299 
Kao Shih-chen teng hsiung-ti szu jen 

tsao-hsiang chi 428 
Kao-shih ch'iian-sung tzu-ti ju Hui- 

min i-hsiieh pei wen 1928 



610 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Kao-shih yen-chin jao-luan ku Ch 'ing- 

chen lien-pan-pai szu pei 1755 
Kao Shu teng tsao-hsiang chi 381 
Kao wang ching 337 
K 'o li-pu cha-fu pei 876, 1132 
K 'o-lu hsii-chih 1948 
K 'o-tzu chuan 734 
Ko-yen 1245 

K 'ou Chun hsiang tsan 995 
bKra-6is Ihun-po 'i Iha-khari-du. . .1721 
Ku An-nan chiin fu-jen tseng ts 'ai-jen 

Ch 'iu shih mu-chih ming ping hsii 

711 
Ku ch 'a Ch 'ing-chen szu chih t 'u 877, 

1033 
Ku ch 'an-shih Ti-wa-ta-szu t 'a-ming 

926 
Ku chien 135 
Ku Ch 'ien shih ti hsin ch 'i ming-wen 

730 
Ku Liao kung ch 'ang-shou t 'a 834 
Ku Lu-chiang t 'ai-shou Fan fu-chiin 

chih pei 312, 313 
Ku-pai-hsing 884 
Ku T 'ien-ch 'eng szu ch 'ung-hsiu she- 

lipao-t'achi 1129, 1130 
Ku t 'ung-ch 'i 744 
Ku Wen-pin t 'i-ming 1926 
Ku-wen Tao-te-ching pei 852 
K 'uai-hsueh t 'ang fa-shu 1722-1743 
Kuan chao-hng liu chiin pei 1042 
Kuan-chung pa-ching 1311,1465 
Kuan fu-tzu hsiang tsan 34, 1513 
Kuan-sheng chen-chiin hsiang-tsan 

1435 
Kuan-sheng ti-chiin hsiang 1531 
Kuan-shih t 'ung-nien hui chi-hsi fu- 

tseng 1057 
Kuan-shih-yin p 'u-sa hua-hsiang 1517 
Kuan-ti miao pei 1073, 1549 
Kuan-ti shih chu 1526 
Kuan-yin fo hsiang 1070 
Kuan-yin hsiang 903, 904, 1472 
Kuan-yin p 'u-sa tsao-hsiang 1060 
Kuan-yin p 'u-sa tsao-hsiang chi 1098, 

1877 
Kuan-yin shen hsiang 1718, 1874 
Kuan-yin tsan 914 
Kuan-yin tsao-hsiang chi 13 
Kuan-yin tzu-sun lao-hui pei-chi 1950 



Kuan Yii hua-hsiang 1071 
Kuan-yiian jen teng chih-tz 'u hsia-ma 

pei-wen 1256, 1257 
Kuang-ch 'uan wang t 'ai-fei Hou tzu 

tsao mi-lo hsiang chi 384 
Kuang-han chiin Li hua-wen chuan 

204 
Kuang-hui szu liu-fang pei-chi 1049 
Kuang-lu szu cheng-ch'ing Lu lao 

hsien-sheng Hsiin shu 21 
Kuang-shan hsi-t 'ien fo tzu ta-kuo- 

shih t 'a-ming 925 
Kuang-shan mi-hui chiian yiian-ti 

Chieh-t 'an szu pei-chi 1585, 1599 
K 'uei ao erh tzu hua-hsiang pei 1906 
K 'uei-ch 'ii lai tz 'u 1288 
Kuei hsia shu-chung ch 'ien-huai shih 

k'o 1577 
K 'uei-hsing hsiang-tsan 1121 
Kuei-szu n hsia UJ 23 

K 'un-ti liu jen kung mai shan-ti Chien- 

ch 'u yiian nien chu tz 'u chieh-ti 

chih san- wan ch 'ien 221 
K 'un-yang Wang chen-jen tao-hsing 

pei 1962 
K 'ung Ch 'ien chieh 259 
K 'ung chiin chih mu 260 
K 'ung Hsii tsu-miao chu-wen 781 
Kung-lei P 'ei-an Ma lao hsien-sheng 

te-chiao pei hsii 1851 
K 'ung-Un ku-kuei pei 1452 
K 'ung-men szu tzu tsan pei-wen 1483 
Kung-mi ch 'ing-ch 'a lao-hui pei-chi 

1537 
K'ung-miao chih shou-miao pai tan 

tsu shih pei 258 
K 'ung-sheng shou-chih kuei tsan 749 
K 'ung Tao-fu tsu-miao chi-wen pei 

782 
Kung-t 'i ta szu-ma tu-hsien Chia ta 

tsung-shih ta-jen k'ai-hsiu chan- 

tao i-lii 1451 
K 'ung-tzu miao t 'ang chih pei 757 
K 'ung-tzu wen-U teng hsiang 182 
Kungze-i juktehen de dasame weile- 

buhe eldengge wehei ejebun 1681 
Kuo-chou Nan-ch'ung hsien Tu Wen- 
ting tsao-hsiang chi 340 
Kuo kung chi-hsing shih 950 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



611 



Kuo Lou-hsiang Yen-tzu tz'u tso 

1686. 1716 
Kuo Tu kung-pu tz 'u t 'i-yung 964 



La-ma shuo 1815-1818 

Lai-chien Hsi-chu szu ch 'ung-hsiu chi 

971 
Lai-fu ming 1119, 1120 
Lama be gisurehe fiyelen 1816 
Lan-chu 1974 
Lan-hua shan mien 1309 
Leng-yen lao-hui pei 1639 
Li Che tsao-hsiang chi 343 
Li Chiang t 'i-ming 1923 
Li Chien-yeh tsao fo-hsiang 493 
Li Chih-hai tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi 

606 
Li ch 'iian-ch 'i 1012 
Li Chung-hsiian hsiu K 'ung-tzu miao 

pei-yin 457 
Li Hsi Hsi-li-ch 'iao p 'u-ko sung 883 
Li Hsi Mien-ch'ih wu jui t'u 280, 281 
Li Liu-fang hui-lan 1803 
Li-pai szu pei 1829, 1977 
Li-pu cha-fu Shan-kuo szu chu-ch'ih 

wen 955 
Li P 'u-jen szu tso 1650 
Li-pu shang-shu Lai kung pei-ming 

1543 
Li-shan wen-ch 'vian tso 1490 
Li Shen-chung tsao-hsiang chi 516 
Li shih san-fen chi 683 
Li shih-she hsiang-huo ti-mou pei-chi 

1901 
Li shih-she ti-mou pei-chi 1943 
Li Tsung tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang 

chi 729 
Li Tung-yang shih k 'o-shih 1934 
Li Yang-ping shu Ch 'ien-kua pei 1004 
Liang ED hsiung-ti tsao ju-lai hsiang 

chi 517 
Liang chung Ta-t 'ung erh nien tsao- 
hsiang chi 353 
Liang Hsi-wang tsao-hsiang chi 342 
Liang T 'ien-chien szu nien erh yxieh 

shih-wu jih tso 349 
Liao kung ch 'an-shih hua-hsiang shih 

833 
Lien-feng chen-i shih k 'o 828 



Lien-feng chen-i t 'i-ming 825 

Lien-hua hsi 745 

Lin Lan-t 'ing hsii pei 890 

Lin Li-yeh teng chiian-wu Huai-sheng 

szu pei-chi 1987 
Ling-chiang chiang-chiin Cheng Chi- 

shu tsao wu-liang-shou hsiang chi 

435 
Ling-yen szu pei sung ping hsii 666 
Ling-yin ch'an-szu chu-ch'ih seng 

Cheng-chuan wei huang-ti ch'i-fu 

pei 856 
Ling-ying i-fang pei-chi 985 
Ling-yiin shan chi-yu 1836 
Liu Ch'ang-chu wei sheng-jih tsao- 
hsiang chi 449 
Liu-ch 'ao t 'ung-ching 296 
Liu ching t 'u-shuo 1237 
Liu ch 'u-shih mu-chieh ming 846 
Liu-fang pai-shih 1636 
Liu-hua shih 1524 
Liu Lo-chen hsiung-ti tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 402 
Liu Meng-yu tsao-hsiang chi 867 
Liu shih chiian-shih Ch 'ing-chen szu 

hsiieh-t 'ang shih-fang pei-chi 1880 
Liu shih ch'ung-shu hsien-jen lo-shu 

Ch 'ing-chen szu shih-fang pei-chi 

1881 
Liu t 'i Lou-kuan 799 
Lo-chou tz 'u-shih Hsia Hou-jui tsao- 
hsiang chi 434 
Lo-pei fen-ch'i liu-ts'un yung-chiu 

shih-liieh 1864 
Lo Yiian-han mo-chi 1535 
Lou-kuan ta-tsung sheng-kung 

ch 'ung-hsiu shuo-ching t 'ai 

chi 851 
Lu hsiang Han Lai tsao K'ung-miao 

li-ch'ipei 261-263 
Lu hsiang Shih Ch 'en szu K 'ung-tzu 

tsou ming 275 
Lu hsiang yeh K 'ung miao ts 'an-pei 

114 
Lu K 'ung-tzu miao chih pei 309, 456 
Lu Kuo-hua t' iao- tsou Hui-min i che 

feng shang-yii pei-chi 1596 
Lu-lu ch 'ing-lien t 'u 1292 
Lu Yen-ch 'ang tsao-hsiang chi 464 
Lii Szu-huan tsao-t 'a chi 639 



612 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Lung hua san hui 1573 
Lung-ma fu t 'u ch 'u 789 
Lung-men erh-shih p 'in 369 
Lung-tung wang kan hsiao sung 468 
Lung-yang kuan yii-chen ch 'ing-miao 
chen-jen pen-hsing chi 847 



Ma-an shan ku-ch 'ung-lu ta-fu shou- 

szu-k 'ung ch 'uan p 'u-sa Chieh- 

t 'an chu ta-shih i-hsing pei- 

ming 735 
Ma Fu-t 'o chi ch 'i Liu p 'o tsao a-mi- 

t'o hsiang chi 610 
Ma-men Sha shih chiian p 'u-wu Hsiao- 

tung-ying szu pei-chi 1869 
Ma She-chang chiian-ti pei 1647 
Ma shih chiian-ti ho-t 'ung wen 1648 
Ma Shou-chen hui lan-shih 1307 
Mai-pu ts 'ang-liang shih-chin pei 

1933 
Mai-ts 'ao-che hua-chuan 152 
Mei-hsiieh hsiian shu hui weng pu-tzu 

ch 'i wen 1105 
Mei-hua 753 
Mei-hua t 'ang 947 
Meng chen-jung ch 'ih 661 
Meng Hsiao-chii pei 207 
Meng-man-chung wen chien-li P 'u- 

ching ch 'an-lin pei-chi 1432, 1433 
Meng Tsuan-tsu hsieh shih 1290 
Miao-chi ch 'an-shih t 'a-ming 924 
Miao-chung ming-wen 1125,1649 
Miao-tz 'u shen-kung chi 579 
Miao-ying szu pa-yiin 1789 
Miao-ying szu pei-wen 1480, 1481 
Mien-chii hsiang 146 
Ming-chih ting-hai Jih-pen jen t 'i- 

ming 1965 
Ming i-tsai Chii D mu-chih ming 

882 
Ming ku Nan-ching Kuei-chou tao 

chien-ch'a yii-shih Chu kung mu- 
chih ming 1003 
Ming ku nei-kuan-chien yu-chien 

ch 'eng shu kuang-ying k 'u shih 

Chao kung mu-piao 1039 
Ming ku szu-she-chien t 'ai-chien 

Ch'eng kung hui Chiin chih mu 

1025 



Ming ku Ta-lung shan Hu-kuo szu 

Hsi-t 'ien fo-tzu ta-kuo-shih Chang 

kung mu t 'a-chi 987 
Ming ku yii-ma-chien t 'ai-chien Hsieh 

kung hui Kuang chih mu 1013 
Ming ku yii-ma-chien tso-shao-chien 

Wang kung shou-yii 1010 
Ming shih Yiian p 'ing-chang-cheng- 

shih hsing-sheng Yiin-nan ku feng 

Hsien-yang wang Sai kung chih 

ming 1021 
Ming t 'i ta-mo hsiang 870 
Ming t 'ung hsiang-lu ming-wen 922 
Ming tzu huang-ti i Hei-lung t 'an 

hsieh-yii tso 1826 
Miyoo ing s 'e-i bei bithe 1480, 1481 

Mo-chieh Wang-ch 'uan t 'u 1011 
Mo-ling lii she sung Kuei-chi Chang 

sheng shih 1502 
Mo-lo Han shih-ching ts 'an-tzu 1238 
Monk 'a deriri. . .860 
Mu-ai t 'ang 939 
Mu-k 'o Han Yu-chou tz 'u-shih Chu 

Kuei ts 'an-pei 1252 
Mu-k 'o shih-ku wen 1807 
Mu-k 'o Wang Chih-tzu erh ch 'iieh 

1248 
Mu-pei wen 570, 571 
Muhammad, Mahmud, Hamid, Ahmad 

1994, 1995 



Na-cha chung 1246 

Nan-ch 'eng chung-shan jen-teng 

ch 'eng ch 'i ch 'a-tou chieh-yiian 

chai seng sheng hui pei-chi 1576 
Nan-ch 'eng szu Ch 'ang-shou-hui 

ch 'an-y eh pei-chi 1919 
Nan-hai Pu-t 'o Fa-yii szu pei-wen 

1508 
Nan-wu a-mi-t 'o fo 1265 
Nan-wu a-mi-t 'o fo tso ling t 'a 589 
Nan-wu-yang shih-ch 'iieh 222 
Nan-yiieh hsiian-i ta-shih Meng-ying 

shih-pa t 'i chuan-shu 765 
Nei-ch 'ang-shih Feng Feng-i teng t 'i- 

ming 543 
Nei-kuan-chien t 'ai-chien chang 

Ch 'eng-yiin k 'u shih Liu kung hui 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



613 



Ch'eng hao Wen-ch'ilan chih 

mu 1058 
Ni-hsiang 3dn-wen 539, 540, 696 
Ni-shan soian t 'ieh 1439 
Ni-tsao fo-hsiang 869 
Ning ching chih yiian 1488 
Ning-chou tz'u-shih Shang Shou-li 

tsao-hsiang chi 394 
Ning-shu chuan 322 
Ning-shu Lo shih chuan 323 
Niu Hsi chu kuan-yin hsiang chi 1059 
mNori-par mkhy en-pa la phyag 'tshal 

lo 50 



Om a hum 55, 63 
Om bde-legs su gjoir cig 946 
Om mani padme hum 61, 62 
Om mani padme hum hi 51 
Om mani padme hum hrih 60 
Om matri mu ye sa le 'du 52 



Pa-kua shan i chung-ti shih-chin pei 

1846 
Pai Fang-sheng tsao shih-chia-mou-ni 

fo hsiang chi 404 
Pai-li ta-pei wu-yin hsin t 'o-lo-ni ching 

chi hua-hsiang 1123 
Pai-i ta-shih hsiang-tsan 1312, 1313 
Pai-shou-t 'u pei 1827 
Pai-t 'a szu shih-k 'o Hsin-ching 559 
Pai-yiin kuan Ch 'ang-ch 'un kung-hui 

pei-chi 1963 
Pai-yiin kuan huo-tsu tien hsiang-yen 

pu-shih lo-ming chih pei-chi 1862 
Pai-join kuan pei 1961 
Pai-yiin kuan pei-chi 1959 
P 'an Huai-ch 'ien tsao tsun-sheng 

ching ch 'uang 717 
P 'an-shan Fa-tsang szu pei-chi 967 
P 'an-shan T 'ien-ch 'eng szu ch 'ung- 

hsiu fo-tien pei-chi 1908, 1909 
P 'an-shan t 'ung Chu Chang-fu tui 

3^eh pei-chi 1063 
P 'an-shan Wan-sung szu pei-chi 1519 
Pao chii kuan-yiian t 'i-ming 1259 
P 'ao-ma hsiang 148 
Pao-ting wu nien tsao-hsiang 483 
Pao-tsang szu lien-tso tui-lien 1811 



Pao-tsang szu pei 1832 

P'ao-tzu ho k'ai-ch'uang T'ai-ch'ing 

kung pei 1111 
P 'ei-an Ma lao hsien-sheng te-chiao pei 

hsii 1892, 1893 
P 'ei chiang-chiin shih-k 'o 583 
Pei-hai hsiang Ching chiin ming-pei 

yin 233 
Pei-hai K'ung-yeh ta chiang-chiin 

Chang wei mu kung-hsiang 494 
Pei-hai wang t 'ai-fei Kao tsao-hsiang 

chi 370 
Pei-hai wang tsao-hsiang chi 375 
Pei-p'ing Weng Fang-kang lai kuan 

Chi-ning hsiieh-kung chu-pei t'i- 

tzu 1804 
Pei-ts 'e t 'i-ming 827 
Pei Tung t 'ieh 888 
Pei-yin t 'i-ming 1088 
Pen-szu szu-chih 17 
Pen-szu szu-chih t 'u 1276 
P 'eng Yii-Un hui-mei 1939 
Pi-ch 'iu Chen-hsing tsao a-mi-t 'o 

hsiang chi 647 
Pi-ch 'iu Fa-hsing tsao shih-chia-mou- 
ni hsiang chi 425 
Pi-ch 'iu Fa-ling tsao shih-chia hsiang 

chi 420 
Pi-ch 'iu Fa-sheng tsao-hsiang chi 385 
Pi-ch 'iu Hui-ch 'ang tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 416 
Pi-ch 'iu Hui-jung tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 409 
Pi-ch 'iu Hui-jung tsao shih-chia 

hsiang chi 415 
Pi-ch 'iu Hui-kan tsao-hsiang chi 383 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Fa-ch 'ing tsao mi-lo hsiang 

chi 393 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Fa-hsing teng tsao ting- 

kuang shih-hsiang chi 392 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Fa-wen teng tsao mi-lo 

hsiang chi 390 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Hui-chih tsao shih-chia 

hsiang chi 399 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni T 'an-hui teng tsao-hsiang 

chi 452 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Te-hsiang tsao kuan-yin 

hsiang chi 594 
Pi-ch 'iu-ni Tz 'u-hsiang Hui-cheng 

tsao-hsiang chi 412 



614 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Pi-ch 'iu-ni Yiian-chao yiian-kuang 

tsao mi-lo fo hsiang chi 473 
Pi-ch 'iu seng Fa-hsing tsao mi-lo 

hsiang chi 397 
Pi-ch 'iu seng Li-seng tsao wu-liang- 

shou fo hsiang chi 446 
Pi-ch 'iu seng T 'an-lien teng t 'i-ming 

297 
Pi-ch 'iu Tao-chiang tsao-hsiang 365 
Pi-ch 'iu Tao-liieh teng tsao-hsiang chi 

470 
P 'i-hsien ling Wang I tsao-hsiang chi 

387 
Pieh-chia Han Kung k'ao-cheng wei- 

tz 'u chih pei 1475 
P 'ien-p 'ang chuan-shu mu-lu 773 
Pien sheng chia-miao chieh Ch'ing- 

chen szu ch 'ung-hsiu ta-tien kung- 

te pei-chi 1925 
Pin kuo kung kung-te ming 699 
Ping hsien Chang kung ch 'uang-chien 

Pai-shui wai-ch 'eng chi 1051 
Ping hsvi chung-ch 'un-yiieh yii-t 'i 

1665 
P 'ing Huai-hsi pei 736 
P 'ing-ting Ch 'ing-hai kao-ch 'eng t 'ai- 

hsiieh pei 1539 
P 'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh hou lo-ming 

I-U chih pei 1630, 1633 
P 'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh lo-ming I-U 

chih pei 1616, 1619, 1634 
P 'ing-ting Shuo-mo kao-ch 'eng t'ai- 

hsiiehpei 1511, 1512 
Po-jo hsin-ching hsvi 776 
Po-jo-po-lo-mi-to hsin-ching 872, 1091 
Po-jo po-lo-mi-to hsin-ching Ta-mo hua- 

hsiang 855 
Po-shou t 'u 198 
Pu chih Lung-shan szu ta-shih hsiang- 

t 'ien lo-ming pei-chi 1866 
P 'u-chiieh szu chan-U ch 'eng-shih pei- 
chi 1801 
P 'u-chiieh szu chan-li i lii pei-chi 1797 
P 'u-chiieh szu chan-U shih pei-chi 

1820 
P 'u-hsien hsiang-chi 998 
P 'u-jen szu chan-U tso 1685 
P 'u-k 'o-shu-szu-Uen-yeh-shan-ch 'i-erh- 

pu-tang-lo-hsi hsien-hsien mu-pei 

1970 



P 'u-lo szu pei-chi 1670, 1673 

Pu-ta-la miao chan-U pei 1699, 1700 

P 'u-t 'o Fa-yii szu hsin-chien wan-shou 
yli-pei t 'ing chi 1504 

Pu-t 'o-lo-chia shan P'u-chi szu pei- 
chi 1509 

P 'u-t 'o shih-k 'o wen 27 

P 'u-t 'o shih k 'o yin-wen 15 

P 'u-t 'o tsung-ch 'eng chih miao pei- 
chi 1687-1690 



Qayan-u bitigsen w6ir erdeni-yin 
sa Turin ba subaryan-u gereltii 
kiisiye tilayun-u bitig 1593 

Qoladakini amurjiyuluyfci siime diir 
bararalqaju yosularsan kerek i 
temdeklen bi&igsen bolai 1658 

iSajin tunggu juktehen-i ejebun 1759 
San-ch 'ing kuan t 'ieh-p 'en chi 826b 
San-hsing t 'u-hsiang 907 
gSar-gsos mchod-rten rtse bria 'i Iha- 

khari-gi reris kha byari 1646 
Seng-chi teng tsao mi-lo hsiang chi 

451 
Seng Chih-p 'u chieh-chia shih san 

chang 1516 
Seng Yen-hsiu shu 790 
Sha-men Ching-chi shu chi pei 778 
Shan-hsi hsiin-fu Pi lao ta-jen te- 

cheng pei 1748 
Shan hsiieh-t 'ien chi 862 
Shan-i t 'ang chi 1968 
Shan-kan ch'an-ytian hsin-ching chi 

794 
Shan-kao shui-ch 'ang 1448 
Shan-kuo szu ch'ung-chien pei-chi 

1473 
Shangch'i 2002 
Shangchiieh 1999 
Shangfuiho 2000 
Shangkoyu 2001 
Shang-shan ch 'ih 844 
Shang-shan k 'un-ying 1128 
Shang-yii Kan-sheng ni Hui tzu-shih 

pei 1751 
Shang-yii kung-pu ch'ien-tai Ung- 

ch 'in li ying yen wei shou-hu pei 

1437 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



616 



Shzmg-yu kuo-hsiieh ch 'img-szu hsien- 

shih pei-wen 1669 
Shang-yii Li Hung-chang tsou Ts 'an- 

ch 'ih-k 'ou chiao-t 'ang yii chiao- 

shih ting-i ch 'ien-i pei-chi 1967 
Shang-yii sheng shih yu-kuan ch 'i- 

ch 'u Hui-ching chi na-huo tso hsii 

k 'an-shu chih jen pei-wen 1947 
Shao-hsing Yii-ling Kou-lou pei 1026 
Shao po kan-t 'ang t 'u 1890 
She-niao hsiang 168 
Shen-feng yiian nien chuan 315 
Shen fo ch 'ien 524 
Shen-hsing-chen 780b 
Shen-jen liu-po hsiang 187 
Shen Pao-chen shou-chi 1930 
Shen-ying lung-t 'an t 'i-pei 1302 
Shen Yu-jung yii t 'ui hung-mao fan 

Wei-ma-lang teng pei 1101 
Shen Yiieh tsao-hsiang chi 350 
Sheng-chi chih t 'u 1074 
Sheng-chi chih t 'u shih-k 'o 1075 
Sheng-chi tien tsan 1564 
Sheng chia hsi-hsiin kung fu 1283 
Sheng-chia hsing P'an-ku szu pei-chi 

1521 
Sheng chu pen-ming ch'ang-sheng 

chu-yen pei 858 
Sheng-en k 'uan-mien P 'u-t 'o ch 'ien- 

liang pei-chi 1528 
Sheng-yli nei-ko fu ch 'en Yang 

I-ch 'ing teng 1009 
Sheng-yii t 'u-chieh 1066 
Shih-chai tz 'u yiian 115 
Shih Ch 'en hsiang K 'ung-miao hou- 

pei 277 
Shih-chi szu Lung-ch'an fa-shih pei- 

ming 670 
Shih-chia hsiang 357, 532 
Shih-chia hsiang chi 422 
Shih-chia ju-lai shuang-chi ling hsiang 

t'u 917 
Shih-chia-mou-ni hsiang chi 507 
Shih-chia wang hsiang 347 
Shih-chou hsien-yu yiin erh shou 29 
Shih-chu p>ei-wen 558 
Shih-ch'uang 531 
Shih fu-t'u ming 642 
Shih Hsing-kuo ch'i tsao kuan-yin 

hsiang chi 333 



Shih Jen-k'uo tsao-hsiang chi 612 

Shih-k 'o fo-hsiang 338, 371 

Shih-k 'o fo-hsiang chi ming-wen 362 

Shih-k 'o hua-wen fo-hsiang 143 

Shih-k 'opa-ts'ui 1600 

Shih-k'o t'ung-ching hua-wen 1262 

Shih-ku wen 77 

Shih-ku wen ming-tz'u so-pen 1 

Shih-men shui-k'u chi-nien pei 1993 

Shih-p'ing kung hsiang i ch'ii 374 

Shih-she hsiang-huo ti-mou pei-chi 

1819 
Shih Shen-an tsao-hsiang 400 
Shih-szu fang chi Ma shih ts'an-pei 

1087 
Shih-szu fang chi ming ku hsien-k'ao 

kung yiian ts'an-pei 1097 
Shih-szu fang Ming ku hsien tsu 

Ma kung hui Shih ts'an-pei 1133 
Shih-f ai Hsiao-ching 672 
Shih-tien hsien-shih K'ung-tzu li 

ch'eng shu shih shih pei-chi 1791 
Shih-tien hsien-shih K'ung-tzu joi-chih 

shih 1581 
Shou-fu Shih-pao ch'eng shih-ch'uang 

674 
Shou hsiian 990 
Shou i chii 1561 

Shou-yang szu i i erh-shih-liu jen tsao- 
hsiang chi 359 
Shu-chiin tso chuan 151 
Shu Fu-p'ing hsien chen fu Wen 

Wang shih shih 1853 
Shu-p'u shih-k'o 1298, 1299 
Shu-shih hua-hui hui-hua 1868 
Shu shih hua-wen chuan 150 
Shuai-cheng fang shih k'o 864 
Shuai yn chiu-chang pei 1859 
Shuang-ch'iieh chung ch'i-che ch'ih- 

mao hsiang 164 
Shuang-hu hsiang 145, 147 
Shun-fien fu tung-lu fing Chi-chou 

cheng-f ang Liu wei kao-shih pei- 
chi 1810 
Su-fu k'o Ch'un-hua fieh erh pa 

1112 
Su Shih shou-hsing f u 750 
Su Shih teng yu Chung-nan shan f i- 

tzu 791 
Su Tsun tsao-hsiang chi 498 



616 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Su Tzu-jung Li Tuan-ch'en teng t'i- 

ming 795 
Subhan Allah wal-hamdu lillah 1996, 

1997 
Sui chu-kuo tso-kuang-lu ta-fu Hung-i 

Ming-kung Huang-fu fu-chiin chih 

pei 590 
Suihanpei 893 

Sui Sung Yung-kuei mu-chih 522 
Sumiri aUn-i adali hoturi jalafungga 

juktehen-i eldengge wehei ejebun 

1746 
Sumiri-i adali hdturi jalafungga 

juktehen de. . .1720 
Sun Tzu tsao-hsiang chi 486 
Sun Yung-an tsao-hsiang chi 406 
Sung nH teng tsao-hsiang chi 461 
Sung chia-ling ch 'an-shih An Ta-chvieh 

fang-chang pei-chi 1530 
Sung chin-shih Sung Ta-fu mu-ming 

816 
Sung ching i-fan 1320 
Sung Ching pei 686, 690 
Sung-ho t'u 1304 

Sung-hsueh shu Tao-te-ching pei 1900 
Sung ju Fan shih hsin-chen 1008 
Sung ku shang-ch'i-tu-wei Kuo kung 

mu-chih ming 809 
Sung-shao ya-yiin 1046 
Sung Shih-hsing i-pai jen tsao-hsiang 

pei 474 
Sung Su Shih lin Cheng-tso wei t'ieh 

804 
Sung t'a T'ang K'ung Ying-ta pei 

578 
Sung t'a Yen Lu-kung ta Ma-ku hsien 

t'an-chi 685 
Sung T'ai-shih wu nien I-tu I-tao Ho 

hsiao-lien fu-jen Sang shih shen 

mu-chuan 332 
Sung t'ung-chih lang t'ung-p'an Ming- 

chou Yang kung mu-ming 739 
Sung-tzu Kuan-yin 1314 
Sung Yu Szu ts'ang Lan-t'ing ti wu- 

shih-erh pen 814 
Szu Ch'ing-chen szu kung-she pei-chi 

1710 
Szu-li chiao-wei Lu Chiin pei 283, 284 
Szu-ma wen kung ko-yen 1244 



Ta chen-jen Chang Liu-sun pei 859 
Ta-ch'eng chih-sheng hsiang shih-k'o 

845 
Ta-chi 85, 141 
Ta-chi ch'ang 142 
Ta-chi ching 506 

Ta chih ch 'an-shih pei-ming 658b, 664 
Ta Ch'in Ching-chiao liu-hsing Chung- 

kuo pei 694 
Ta Chin ch'ung-hsiu fu-hsiieh chiao- 

yang chih pei 836, 837 
Ta Chou Ch'ang-an san nien tsao- 
hsiang chi 726 
Ta Chou ku Chen-chou Jung-te hsien 
ch'eng Liang chiin mu ming ping 
hsu 725 
Ta Chou ku chen-chiin ta-chiang-chiin 
hsing tso Ying-yang wei ta-chiang- 
chiin chien Ho-lan chou tu-tu 
shang chu-kuo liang kuo kung 
Ch'i-pi fu-chiin chih pei-ming ping 
hsii 644 
Ta-chiieh szu chi-hsiang p'u-t'ung pao 

t'a 873 
Ta-chiieh szu ta-chung chin-wen 923 
Ta-hsiieh Chung-yung shih-k'o 1469 
Ta-lun chin-kang t'o-lo-ni 560 
Ta-men chi shuang feng hsiang 156 
Ta Ming Hung-chih wu-wu sui ch'un 
cheng 5aieh chi-jih chien-li pei-chi 
978 
Ta Ming i-t'ung chih t'u 942 
Ta Ming ku nei-kuan t'ai-chien Lo 

kung t 'a-ming 984 
Ta Ming ku shih-yii ju-jen Chu mu 

Ch'en shih mu-chih ming 1034 
T'a ming-wen chi tsao-hsiang 487 
Ta-mo hua-hsiang 1316, 1318, 1319 
Ta-mo tsu-shih hsiang 1315 
Ta-mo tsu-shih hsiang-tsan 1072 
Ta-mo tsu-shih hua-hsiang 1317 
Ta-pei sheng-hui chih-ti pei-chi 1598 
Ta-p'eng yeh t'lmg-she kimg-i t'iao- 

k'uan lo-shih chi 1983 
Ta-shih-chih p'u-sa shih-k'o 301 
Ta Sui K'ai-fu i-t'ung san-szu Lung- 

shan kung mu-chih 514 
Ta Sung hsin-i San-tsang sheng-chiao 
hsii 769 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



617 



Ta szu-ma hsiin-fu Shan-hsi O kung 
hsing-fu wu i hsiieh pei-chi 1470 

Ta-ta fa-shih hsiian-pi t'a pei ming 
706 

Ta-tai Hua-yiieh miao pei 363 

Ta T'ang Ch'in-wang shan Fa-hua szu 
pei ping hsii 656 

Ta T'ang Ching-yii szu ku ta-te Fa- 
tsang ch'an-shih t'a-ming ping hsii 
649 

Ta T'ang Han Pao-ts'ai mu-chih 625 

Ta T'ang hsi-ching Ch'ien-fu szu to- 
pao fo-t 'a kan-ying pei wen 676a 

Ta T'ang Hua-tu szu ku seng Hai- 
ch'an shih mu-chih 608 

Ta T'ang I-chou Shih-t'ing fu tso 
kuo i tu-wei Chi-hsien T'ien I-ch'i 
shih fu-t 'u sung 643 

Ta T 'ang ku ch'i-tu-wei P'u-yang hsien 
ling Yii-chiin chih pei 592 

Ta T'ang ku ch'u shih p'ei jung fu wei 
Lei chiin mu-chih ming ping 
hsii 675 

Ta T'ang ku-fan ching ta-te I-chou 
To-pao szu Tao-yin fa-shih pei-wen 
ping hsii 617 

Ta T'ang ku Hsiian-chou szu-kung 
ts'an-chiin Wei fu-chiin mu-chih 
ming ping hsii 679 

Ta T'ang ku Kuan-chiin ta-chiang- 
chiin hsing yu wu-wei ta-chiang- 
chiin Cho-lu fu-jen Cheng shih mu- 
chih ming 663 

Ta T'ang ku Liu fu-jen mu-chih ming 
576 

Ta T'ang ku pi-ch'iu-ni Fa-yiian fa- 
shih pei 638 

Ta T'ang ku tseng t'e chin k'ai fu li-pu 
shang-shu Chu kuo kung T'ang fu- 
chiin pei 1854 

Ta T'ang ku Tsung-sheng kuan chu 
Yin-ch 'ing kuang-lu ta-fu t 'ien-shui 
Yin tsun-shih pei ping hsii 853 

Ta T'ang ku Wang fu-jen mu-chih 
ming 714 

Ta T'ang ku Wei-chiin Shao kung chih 
lei 667, 1989 

Ta T'ang San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii 
599, 624 



Ta T'ang San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii 
ping chi 601 

Ta T'ang San-tsang ta-pien-chiieh fa- 
shih t'a ming 704 

Ta T'ang ta chiang-chiin Wang fu-jen 
Chao shih mu-chih ming 682 

Ta T'ang T'ai-tsung wen-huang-ti chih 
San-tsang sheng-chiao hsii 618 

Ta T'ang tsao-hsiang chi 616 

Ta T'ang Tsung-sheng kuan chi 585 

Ta T'ang Wang chii-shih chuan-t'a 
chih ming 609 

Ta T'ang yii-shih t'ai ching-she pei- 
ming 654 

Ta-t'ung fa-wang pei-ming 941 

Ta-t'ung Uu nien Chiin-chou tz'u-shih 
Lii Hsiu ti-hsiimg szu jen tsao- 
hsiang chi 352 

Ta-t'ung shih-san nien tsao-hsiang 
439 

Ta Wu Wu-feng yiian nien t'ai-sui chia- 
hsii 316 

Ta-ya chi 582 

Ta-yeh chiu nien pei-chi 521 

Ta Yiian ch'ung-hsiu hsiian-sheng 
miao chi 865, 866 

Ta-yiin szu mi-lo chimg ko pei 724 

Tai-chien hsiang 165 

T'ai-ho ch'i yiieh tso chuan 324 

T'ai-hsiang san nien sui tsai chia- 
ch'en tso chuan 328 

T'aiHua ch'iian-t'u 1499 

T'ai hua pei 1301 

T'ai Hua-shan t'u 1062 

T'ai-k'ang san nien tsao-chuan 319 

T'ai-pai ch'iian-t'u 1498,1553 

T'ai-pai shan tao-yii pei-chi 1500 

T'ai-shan ch'iian-t'u 32 

T'ai-shang kan-ying p'ien 1471 

T'ai-shang lao-chiin Ch'ang-ch'ing- 
ching ching 767 

T'ai-tzu t'ai-pao li-pu shang-shu shih 
Wen-chen Wang Ch'ung-chien pei- 
wen 1460 

T'ai-yang hsing-chiin 911 

Taize taiboo. dorolon-i jurgan-i aliha 
amban amala ^u akdun gebu buhe 
Wang cung giyan-i bei bithe 1460 

T'an-che Hsiu-yiin szu mu chih hsiang- 
huo t'ien pei-chi 1674 



618 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



T'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin szu chih-ti 

hsiu-tao pei-chi 1572 
T'an-che shan Hsiu-yiin szu Leng-yen 

sheng-hui pei-chi 1586 
Tan Chi-hui tsao-hsiang chi 484 
Tanjan 1300 

T'ang Chang Hsii tu-t'ung t'ieh 756 
T'ang Ching-chu szu hsien-chieh kung- 

te pei 545 
T'ang erh-shih-pa hsiu t'ung-ching 

hua-wen 528 
T'ang Huai-su fa-t'ieh 806 
T'ang Huai-su sheng-mu t'ieh 800 
T'ang I-chou Hsin-an fu che-ch'ung Li 

kung shih fu-t'u chih ming 652 
T'ang ku ch'ao-san ta-fu mi-shu-sheng 

chu-tso-lang chih shih Ching-chao 

Wei kung hsiian-t'ang chih 698 
T'ang ku Chi-hsien-chih yiian kuan 

Jung wang fu ch'ang-shih Ch'eng 

kung mu-chih ming ping hsii 720 
T'ang ku Hsii-chou tu-tu Fang Yen- 

ch'ien pei-ming 588 
T'ang ku Hsiian kung ts'an-chiin Chii- 

lu Wei chvin fu-jen Chao shih mu- 
chih ming ping hsii 707 
T'ang ku Lung-hsi Li Jang-niang mu- 

chi 719 
T'ang ku nei-p'u-ling Chiao fu-chiin 

fu-jen Lang-yeh chiin Wang shih 

mu-chih 715 
T'ang ku Wen-chou Yung-chia hsien 

ling Ch'en-chiin Tuan fu-chiin mu 

ping hsii 692 
T'ang ku Yiin-hui chiang-chiin Li kung 

pei 1865 
T'ang kuo shih Ch'ien-fu szu to-pao 

t'a-yiian ku fa-hua Ch'u Chin 

ch 'an-shih pei 676b, 695 
T'ang Li Ching wu-chien t'ai ko 

1520 
T'ang Lung-jui kung chi 573 
Tang-mo t'ien-tsun hsiang 1027 
T'ang Shao-lin szu chieh-t'an ming yu 

hsii 645 
T'ang Shao-yao shih Ch'ung-chen yii- 

tz'u Szu-ch'ang shih 1135 
T'ang Ta-hsing shan szu ku ta-te ta- 

pien cheng Kuang-chih san-tsang 

ho-shang pei-ming ping hsii 693 



T'ang t'i-ming pei 580 

T'ang Tien-pao san nien tsao-hsiang 

chi 671 
T'ang tsao-hsiang 535 
T'ang tsao-hsiang ts'an-t 'a 542 
T'ang tz'u chi-shih 1131 
T'ang Wen-hsiang kung shih k'o 1095 
T'ang Wu Tao-tzu hsieh-i Kuan shih 

yin p'u-sa hsiang 1449 
T'ang Wu Tao-tzu hua sheng-hsiang 

shih-k'o 1047 
T'ang yin-ch'ing kuang-lu ta-fu Ti 

kung ku fu-jen Lang-yeh Wang 

shih mu-chih ming 708 
T'ang Yin hui lan-shih 1308 
T'ao-chai chiu-ts'ang ku-chin ch'iian- 

ch'i 2003 
T'ao-ch'i wen-tzu 71-73, 75, 76 
Tao-chiao shih-hsiang ming-wen 376 
Tao-fa ts'an t'ien-ti pei 1678 
Tao Hei-lung fan erh-yii yin chi so- 

chien teng tso 1629 
Tao-hsing tsao shih-chia hsiang chi 

472 
T'ao-p'an wen-tzu 132 
T'ao-p'en wen-tzu 130, 131 
Tao-p'ing wen-tzu 70, 74, 133, 320, 

1261 
Tao-tepei 746 
Tao t'ung Wu-Ung pei 1258 
Teng Pai-ti ch'eng fu 30 
Teng T'ai-shan hsieh-t'ien shu-shu 

erh-sheng kung-te chih ming 774 
Teng Tzu-liang tsao-hsiang chi 497 
Teng-tz'u szu pei 586 
Teng Yiin-chao szu tso yii-pi 1607 
Ti-chiu-tai Liao kung ch 'an-shih fa- 
ming 832 
T'i Fu-yiian fa-shih miao chung mei 

tzu pei-wen 1931 
T'i Han Wu shih szu pei shih-k'o 

1812 
Ti-i shan 747 

T'i Lou-hsiang Yen-tzu tz'u pei 1809 
T'i Lou-kuan nan-lou 798 
T'i-ming ts 'an-shih 554 
Ti-tzu Ch'en Seng-shou tsao a-mi-fo 

hsiang chi 605 
T'i Yen-fing hsien-sheng chii-shih 

1289 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



619 



T'ien-ch'eng lan-jo ch'ung-hsiu she-li 

pao-t'a chi 1127 
T'ien-ch'eng yiian nien Yang tsao 

chuan 354 
T'ien-ho san nien tsao-hsiang chi 485 
T'ien-hsia ti-i fu ti 815 
T'ien-ning szu shih-k'o wu-pai ta 

a-lo-han 1833 
T'ien-pao nien chien ku-ch'a pei-chi 

1023 
T'ien Wen-chi mu Li wei wang-ku tsao- 
hsiang chi 541 
Ting-kuang ju-lai she-li t'a chi 1055, 

1056 
Ting-ming 3 
Ting Yii chi 779 
Thor-god-kyi sde-pa rnams 'dod mos 

kyis rjes-su 'brari-ba'i brjed 

byari 1694 
Thor-god-pa'i mi sde rnams la 

bka'drin lei bar stsal-ba'i yig gdan 

1698 
Thugs rje spel-ba'i Iha-khari gsar-gsos 

byas te gus pas rtsams-pa'i tsan- 

dan jo-bo 'i sku brdan no mtshar 

can-gyi kha byari 1641 
T'o-chien ch'ih-tz'u ch'ing-hsiu szu chi 

1103 
To-ho ch'eng pei 681 
T'o-lo-ni ching 567 
To-pao t'a ming 662 
Tsa-lu chin T'ang Wu-tai Sung Yiian 

fa-shu 1764-1788 
Ts'an-ch'vieh pu-ch'iian t'a-pen wu 

chih 18 
Ts'an-chiin Hsin Ch'ung-min tsao- 
hsiang chi 602 
Tsan-shan wen-chi 1871 
Ts'an tsao-t'a ming 471 
Ts'ang Chieh miao pei 267, 268 
Ts'ang-k'ou D hsiang 184 
Ts'ang-ts'ang chu-lin pei 1282 
Tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi 613 
Ts'ao-chiieh ko 1053 
Tsao fo-hsiang chi 538, 658 
Tsao-hsiang chi 534 
Tsao-hsiang chi shih-szu chih 5 
Tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi 6 
Tsao Lao-chiin hsiang chi 504 
Tsao San-chi fu-t 'u chi 424 



Tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang chi 620 

Tse pei lin feng 1527 

Tseng-hsiu Ch'ing-chen szu chi 1028, 

1032 
Tso-che hsiang 183 
Tsu-t'iao pei-chi 1937 
Ts'ui Ch'eng-tsung tsao shih-chia 

hsiang chi 368 
Tsui-ch'u t'a Liu mu-chih ming 455 
Tsun-ch'ung Tao-ching szu chi 986 
Tsun-sheng t'o-lo-ni ching ch'uang 

566 
T'u-erh-hu-t'e ch'iian-pu kuei-shun chi 

1691-1694 
Tu Lu-ch'ing ch'i teng tsao fo hsiang 

chi 345 
Tu Po-kuei teng tsao kuan-shih-yin 

hsiang chi 488 
Tu-shulo 1489 

Tu Tseng-sheng tsao fo-hsiang chi 10 
Tu Wen-wei tsao fo-hsiang chi 1 1 
Tuan-fang chi-ts'ang Ch'in-Han shih 

chiu-t'a san chung 82 
Tui huo-tung sung yu ching tso 1756 
Tun-hufmg t'ai-shou P'ei Ts'en chi- 

kung pei 231 
Tun-huang t'ai-shou P'ei Ts'en chi- 

kung pei ch'ung-mu pen 1555 
T'ung-ching hua-hsiang chi ming-wen 

136 
T'ung-ching hua-wen 526, 830 
T'ung-ching ming-wen 527, 529 
T'ung-ch'iian ming-wen 623 
Tung Han Ch'tian-chiao hou Ma 

Ch'eng chih mu 4 
Tung-Han hsien chi-liu t'i-mu k'o 

1795 
T'ung-lei ming-wen 742 
Tung-p'ing chiang-chtin Su Fang- 

ch'eng tsao-hsiang chi 436 
Tung-p'o hsien-sheng hsi-yen t'u 

1891 
Tung-p'o li-lii t'u 1878 
Timg-p'o tz'u 1287 
Tung Seng-chih tsao mi-t'o hsiang chi 

361 
T'ung-ting k'uan-shih 256 
T'ung-tsun ming-wen 743 
Tung Wei Wu-ting wu nien k'o- wen 

459 



620 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 

1848 
Tung-ying szu ch'an-yeh pei-chi 1916 
Turg6t-i gubci aiman ijish6n-i dahame 

jihe ejebun 1692 
Turgut aiman-i urse de ujen kesi 

isibuha ejebun 1696 
Tzu-chu kuan-yin 1463 
Tzu-chung Ch'eng chuan 206 
Tzu-kungchih k'aipei 1279 
Tz'u-mu Chao shih tsao-hsiang 640 
Tzu-shu shan mien 1291 
Tzu-sun yu 69 

Tzu-sun yung-pao yung-ku 880 
Tzu fang shu-ku pei-chi 1464 
Tz'u tu-shih Szu-ch'ang shih shih-k'o 

1134 
Tzu-yang chen-jen chin-tan szu-pai tzu 

1093 



Wa tang wen-tzu 119 

Wan-ku ch'ang-ch'un 1955, 1956 

Wan-nien kung ming ping hsu 600 

Wan-shih shih piao 1568 

Wan-shou ch'an-szu ch'ung-hsiu pei- 
chi 1052 

Wan-shou Chieh-t'an ch'i chien san- 
yiian ta-pei sheng-hui pei-ming 
1626 

Wan-sui chuan 149 

Wang-ch'uan t'u fu 1099 

Wang Chiin-i tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi 
631 

Wang Fa-hsin tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang 
chi 619 

Wang Hua-yiieh 886 

Wang Hui shih-kuan ch'ing-lung 
hsiang 295 

Wang Hui shih-kuan pai-hu hsiang 
294 

Wang Lun ch'i Ch'en nil p'o tsao- 
hsiang chi 595 

Wang Mo-chieh wang-ch 'uan t 'u 1114 

Wang p'o tsao-hsiang 12 

Wang Shih-Uang tsao-hsiang chi 597 

Wang Shih-te teng tsao-hsiang chi 
593 

Wang T'ai-pai chi-hsiieh 1495 

Wang T'ai teng t'i-ming chi 1873 



Wang To shu Ch'ien-tzu-chen 1436 
Wang Yin-nung tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang 

chi 621 
Wang Yiian-li tsao a-mi-t'o hsiang chi 

334 
Wargi amargi babe necihiyeme 

toktobuha doroi ilibuha tacikdi 

yamun-i bei bithe 1511 
Wei-ch'ang-chien niu pei 1296 
Wei Ch'i tsao-hsiang erh-shihp 'in 373 
Wei Ch'in tsao fo-hsiang chi 868 
Wei-chou Ch'ang-lo Hsin-chan ch'ung i 

hsiu P'ing-wang miao chi 793 
Wei Chiin tsao-hsiang ming 727 
Wei Hsiao-ch'ang shih-k'u pei 427 
Wei huo T'ang shih-k'o 308 
Wei ku Huai ling Li chiin mu-chih 

ming 429 
Wei Lu-chiin t'ai-shou Chang fu-chiin 

ch'ing-sung chih pei 417, 418 
Wei mu-chih san chung ho-ts'e 403 
Wei-shih ku U ch'u-shih jen-ming 290 
Wei-shih ling Cheng Chi-hsiian pei 289 
Wei-shih ling Cheng Chi-hsiian pei-ts 'e 

hsin-k'o tzu 1794 
Wei Ts'ao Chen ts'an-pei 310, 311 
Wei tsao-hsiang 355 
Wei wang hsi Hsien Ch'ang tsao- 
hsiang chi 300 
Wei-wei tsun-fo pei t'i-tzu 348 
Wei yin-wen 305 
Wei-yiian chiang-chiin Wang T'ung- 

hsin tsao-hsiang 360 
Wen-ch 'ang ti-chiin hsiang-tsan 1122 
Wen-ch 'ang ti-chiin yin-chih wen 1267 
Wen Cheng-ming hui lan-shih fu shih 

1802 
Wen-fu 1855 
Wen-hsiian wang miao hsin-men chi 

689 
Wen hui hu sui shu wen 1297 
Wen Ian asari 1932 
Wen-Ian ko 1932 
Wen-miao ch'ung-szu wei-tz'u chih t'u 

1554 
Wen-shu szu chieh Ch'ing-chen szu 

i-hsUeh pei- wen 1902 
Wen-shu szu chieh ch'ung-hsiu 

Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 1876 
Wen-shu szu ch'ung-hsiu pei-wen 1979 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



621 



Wen T'ien-hsiang shou-chi 1243 
Wo-fo szu chan-li te-chvi pei-chi 1824 
Wo-lung ch'an-szu chih chi 915 
Wu-ch'eng Chang shih shih-t'a chi 

1990 
Wu-ch'eng erh nien Yang chuan 476, 

477 
Wu chia-lin shih-chu 252 
Wu-chou tsao-hsiang chi 722 
Wu chiin Heng-yang t'ai-shou Ko 

Tso chih pei 314 
Wu-chiin ming-huan hsien-hsien 

i-hsiang shih-k'o 1863 
Wu-feng erh nien Lu san-shih-szu nien 

liu ylieh szu jih ch'eng 210 
Wu-feng nien chuan 209 
Wu-fu wu-tai fang chi 1763 
Wu Hsiian-chao tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang 

chi 628 
Wu Jung-kuang Fei-lai feng hsia t'i- 

tzu 1844 
Wu-Uang-shou fo hsiang 1048 
Wu Liang tz'u 234-251 
Wu Mieh-ming tsao-hsiang 378 
Wu-ming shih hua-t'ieh 913 
Wu-t'ai ching-chieh ch'an-shih fa- 
ming 954 
Wu-te liu nien tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang 

chi 584 
Wu-ting ch'i nien tsao hsiang 460 
Wu-ting san nien tsao-hsiang 458 
Wu-yiieh chen-hsing f u 1106, 1467 



Ya-la-po wen Ch'ing-chen szu pei 

1546 
Ya-la-po wen Hang-chvin ch'img-hsiu 

Li-pai szu chi 973 
Ya-sheng ch'ien hua-wen 525 
Yang A-tsu tsao-hsiang chi 501, 502 
Yang An-hsiang tsao shih-chia hsiang 

chi 389 
Yang Hsing-D tsao-hsiang chi 596 
Yang ku Lu-chiang Ho fu-chvin mu- 

chih 575 
Yang Ming-yiin tsao-hsiang chi 500 
Yang p'o tsao-hsiang chi 442 
Yang Sheng fu-ch'i tsao-hsiang chi 

351 
Yang Szu-ho tsao fo-hsiang chi 437 



Yang Szu-li tsao-hsiang chi 448 
Yang Ta-yen tsao-hsiang chi 386 
Yang-fai shan Ch'ing-shui yiian 

ch'uang-tsao tsang-ching chi 732 
Yang-fai shan Ch'ing-shui yiian 

tsang-ching chi 733 
Yang Yu-lun tsao t'ien-tsun hsiang 

650 
Yao Ch'in tsao-hsiang chi 634 
Yao Tsu tsao kuan-shih-yin hsiang chi 

440 
Yao Yiian-ching tsao-hsiang ming 728 
Yeh Chin-f ien wang tz'u f i-chi 679 
Yeh K'ung-lin lai-chiu 1588 
Yeh Ming-ling pa-yiin yu-hsii 1792 
Yeh Ming-ling pa yiin yvi-pi 1839 
Yen-ku fang yung-wu shih-k'o 1286 
Yen kung chih sung 665 
Yen Lu-kung mo-chi 684 
Yen Lu-kung ta Ma-ku hsien f an-chi 

1904 
Yen Lu-kung yii Kuo p'u-yeh shu 

737 
Yen Lu-kung yii Kuo p'u-yeh shu pei 

hua-wen 738 
Yen-p'ing yiian nien pa yiieh nien jih 

tsao hua-wen chuan 224 
Yen-p'ing yiian yiieh chuan 225 
Yen Shih-D tsao shih-chia hsiang chi 

499 
Yen shih chia-miao chih pei 691 
Yen-shou an pei 1922 
Yen-fa hsien-cheng 568 
Yen-fa sheng-chi f u 569 
Yin Hung-mu teng tsao shih-chia 

hsiang chi 503 
Yin-wen 306, 530, 740, 741, 838-842, 

2007 
Ying-ti chou-wei kung-ch'ang i-pai-liu- 

shih-szuchangich'ihf u-pei 1985 
Yu hsii T'u-erh-hu-f e pu chung chi 

1695-1698 
Yu P'an-shan shih 992 
Yu P'an-shan shih pei-chi 991 
Yu Shih-hsiung mu-chih ming 807 
Yii chi f u 821 
Yii-chih chan-fan-fo hsi-lai li-tai 

ch'uan-szu chi pei 1532 
Yii-chih chin-kang pao-tso fa pei-wen 

1591-1594 



622 



FIELDIANA: A^fTHROPOLOGY 



Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Miao-ying szu pei- 

wen 1557, 1558 
Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Pai-t'a pei-ming 

1605, 1606 
Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Pi-yiin szu pei- 

wen 1595 
Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Ta-chiieh szu pei 

932, 957 
Yii-chih ch'ung-hsiu Ta-chiieh szu pei- 

wen 1584 
Yii-chih Hei-lung fan ch'ung-chien 

Lung-wang miao pei-chi 1466 
Yii-chih Hei-lung t 'an tao-yii ling-ying 

pei 1064 
Yii-chih hsin-chien t'ai-hsiieh chih pei 

930 
Yii-chih hsiin-ch'ih shih-tzu wen 1503 
Yii-chih Hua-mei shan Lung-wang 

miao pei-chi 966 
Yii-chih Kuang-jen szu pei 1518 

Yii-chih K'ung-tzu Yen Hui tsan 
ts'an-shih 653 

Yii-chih Ming szu-li-chien t'ai-chien 
Wang Ch'eng-en pei 1440 

Yii-chih pei-wen 1571 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan kao- 
ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei-wen 1590 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan lo- 
ming Lo-wu wei chih pei 1713 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chin-ch'uan lo- 
ming Mei-no chih pei 1714 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Chun-ko-erh kao- 
ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei-wen 1611 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hui-chiang chiao- 
ch'in ni-i kao-ch 'eng t 'ai-hsiieh pei- 
wen 1867 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting Hui-pu kao-ch 'eng 
t'ai-hsiieh pei-wen 1635 

Yii-chih p'ing-ting liang Chin-ch'uan 
kao-ch'eng t'ai-hsiieh pei- 
wen 1711, 1712 

Yii-chih P'u-jen szu pei-wen 1522, 
1523 

Yii-chih P'u-ning szu pei-wen 1612- 
1615 

Yii-chih P'u-t'o P'u-chi szu pei-wen 
1551 

Yii-chih Shih-fang p'u-chiieh szu pei- 
wen 1548 



Yii-chih Ta-chiieh szu pei 921 

Yii-chih ta Ming i-t'ung chih hsii 
944 

Yii-chih Wan-shou szu Chieh-t'an pei- 
chi 1477 

Yii-chih yu P'an-shan chi 1574 

Yii-chih Yu-shih ch'iao shih pei-chi 
1675 

Yii-chih yu Yiin-chao szu pao-t'a shih 
1583 

Yii Hua-t'ing Sun D-hung t'i-ming 
1089 

Yii-huang ta-ti hsiang ming-wen 356 

Yii-lan kuan-yin 936 

Yii Ma shih ching-sung fang-ch'an pei- 
chi 1882 

Yii pei tsai-k 'o 1450 

Yu-pi 1459 

Yii-pi hsieh shou pan-ch'an sheng-seng 
ping tsan 1745 

Yii-pi hua 1310 

Yii Shan-hsi kuan-shih chu-sheng hsi 
879 

Yii sheng ts'ao-san-t'ing ch'ung-hsiu 
Ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 1982 

Yii-shih t'ai ching-she pei-yin t'i-ming 
655 

Yii-shih Yu Chai teng t'i-ming 1038 

Yii-shu ch'in-tz'u nan-hai P'u-t'o Fa- 
yii ch 'an-szu chu-ch 'ih seng Hsing- 
t'ung 1507 

Yii-shu t'ai-tzu t'ai-fu li-pu shang-shu 
Pao-ho tien ta-hsiieh-shih chia liu- 
chi chih shih chia shao-fu chien 
t'ai-tzu t'ai-fu shih wen-ching 
Wang Hai pei-wen 1510 

Yii Ta-ching ch'i chiian fu i wu 301 
Ch'ing-chen szu wei hsien-jen tso 
chi-jih fei-joing pei-chi 1828 

Yii Tang hsing-shu 892 

Yii-t'i Lung-t'an tso-pei chi 1663 

Yii-t'i mien-hua t'u 1656 

Yu-t'i Pi-yiin szu shih pei-chi 1587 

Yii-t'i Yiin-chao szu pao-t'a shih 1609 

Yii t'ien wu-chi 120 

Yii Ting shih sung ch'ang yeh pei-chi 
1935 

Yii-tz'u Chih-p'u ho-shang 1515 

Yii-yang P'an-shan Shao-Un szu an- 
lien mo-ch'i san tsai pei 1266 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



628 



Yiian-ching Hsieh hsien-sheng chuan 

tsan 965 
Yiian shang han-shan shih-wen 1494 
Yiian-shih feng Lung-shan chih sung 

pei 269 
Yiian-shuai-yeh miao chin-yiieh pei 

1845 
Yiian-t'a Wei Cheng Tao-chung mu- 

chih 419 
Yiian-t'ou hiio-shui 1081 
Yiieh chung-wu wang chen-hsiang 

1638 
Yiieh-lu shu-yiian shih-pi Kou-lou Yii 

pei ming-wen 818 
Yiin-chao szu yu-chih tui-lien 1559 
Yvin-chou chou-hsiieh hsin-t'ien chi 

802, 803 
Yiin-chou hsin-hsiieh chi 785 
Yiin-lin shih-shih 1562 
Yiin-nan shih-k'o Kou-lou pei 1000 
Yun-bde Iha-khari gzigs nas phyag 

'tshal-ba'i rgyu-mtshan rtags-su 

bkod 1658 
Yung-cheng en-lun pei-yin 1545 
Yung-cheng huang-ti ch'ien li-pu 

shang-shu Chang T'ing-yii yii chi 

Wang Hsi wen 1534 
Yung-cheng yii-pi tz'u Szu-ch'uan 

t'i-tu Yiieh Chung-ch'i shih 1536 
Yung-chi i-tu pei-chi 1942 
Yung-chia ch'i nien chuan 321 
Yung-chien shih fang hua-hsiang t'i- 

tzu 229 



Yung Han Yii lA Yiian P'an-ku shih 

1684 
Yung-ho ch'i nien tso chuan 325 
Yung-ho kung pei-wen 1578, 1579 
Yung-hsing chiin hsin-hsiu hsiian- 

sheng wen-hsiian wang miao ta- 

men chi 775 
Yung-hsing chiin tieh 784 
Yung-hsing wang shu 891 
Yung-hui szu nien tsao-hsiang chi 

598 
Yung huo-tung sung tso 1651 
Yung-lung erh nien san yiieh nien-i 

jih ts'an-shih 630 
Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui pei-chi 

1838 
Yung-p'ing ch'i mien erh yiieh nien 

tso hua-chuan 218 
Yung-shou hsijmg ching-ch'uang 716 
Yung-shou san nien tso chuan 264 
Yung-yiian tuan-sung fang-wu Timg- 

ying ch'ing-chen szu pei-chi 1843 



Ze ho-i b. . fukjin weilehe. . . 1702 
Zoiinyari tiibi^idkeji toqtoqson 
daraya inu Ili yazar-tu temdeqlen 
bayi-vuluqsan gereltii kiiSe fcilou- 
yinbitiq 1633 
Zoiin-Yari tiib&idkeji toqtoqson 
yabudali Ili >azar-tu temdeqlen 
bayirulu7san gereltii kiise 6ilou- 
yin biCiq 1619 



INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES 



Ahmad An Ju-shan 

1994, 1995 > , 

Ai Jo-han ^ ^'^ uL 

-r^ Ip ^^ 1026 

^^^^ An Liang 
1158 ^^ ^ 

Ai-ti (Tung Chin) "^ ^ 

^ >;^ 783 

^ "^ An Min 



Amiot, Joseph-Marie 

1212 
An I 



2009 



801, 807 
An T'ai 



^"fe ^#^ 



1190 

An I-chih An Ts'an 

^^^^ ^$€ 

801, 806 77g 

An Jen-tso An ffg^ 

758, 766 764 

An Jen-yii An Wen-chi 



761 768, 772, 775 

An Jo-wang (Ta-ma-se-no) An Wen-sheng 

1234 778 



624 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



626 



An Wen-szu 


Chang (general) 


^^^«^ 


^k 


1175 


494 


An Wen-ts'an 


Chang (family) 


^$5cit 


?f. 


759. 767. 773 


1990 


Antonini. Giacomo 


Chang (governor) 


1166 




Azevedo, Bartolomeu de 


nk 


1160 






1017 


Bazin, Louis 




1189 


Chang (Lady) 


Benoist, Michel 


^l 


1215 


Biliktii 


611 


■>l:%^ 


Chang (Marquis) 


1432 


?1 


Bourgeois, Francois 


86 


1229 


Chang (n6e) 


Bouvet, Joachim 




1221 


^ 


Broissia, Charles de 


646 


1179 


Chang (Buddhist scholar) 


Castner, Caspar 




1169 


?t 


Cha 






987 


4 


Chang An-to 


44 


^l^ f 


Cha (magistrate) 






1176 


i 


Chang Ch'ang-ch'iu 


1928 


^1.^$: tc 


ChaUer, Valentin 




1219 


651 


Ch'an-tieh 


Chang Chao 


7?)it 


?f.B3 


953 


1240. 1241. 1805 


Chang 


Chang Ch'eng-fu 


* 


^U^'it 


1502 


1959 



626 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chang Chi-chih 

1741 

Chang Ch'i-ytian 



?Si 



^U 



1927 
Chang Ch'ien 



288 
Chang Ch'ien 



?t:ft 



1312, 1313 
Chang Chien-fu 

1004 
Chang Chih 

1343 
Chang Chih-hung 

665 
Chang Chin 

1011 
Chang Chin-yen 

1439 
Chang Ch'ing-sun 

544 
Chang Chung 

1529 



Chang Ch'ung 

865 

Chang Han 

1051 
Chang Hei-nu 

431 
Chang Ho-ming 

1112 
Chang Hsi 

^% # 

986 
Chang Hsiang 

904 
Chang Hsiang-tzu 



%4 



g- it-^ 



620 
Chang Hsien 



§f.a 



908 
Chang Hsiu-shan 

1870 
Chang Hsii 

669, 756, 1425, 1770 
Chang Hsiin 

1475 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



627 



Chang Hu-lin 

1014 
Chang Hue 

1347 
Chang Huan-tou 

1305. 1306 
Chang Hui 



?&ltX 



846 
Chang I 

1382 
Chang I-shan 

1104 
Chang Jo-ai 

1572, 1573 
Chang Liang 

475 
Chang Liu-sun 

859 
Chang Luan 

986 
Chang Meng-chiao 

1454 



Chang Meng-lung 

417, 418 
Chang Ming-tao 

1026 
Chang Ning 

952 
Chang Pai-hsiang 

30 
Chang P'eng-te 

25 ^^. i^ 

1881 

Chang, Petrus 
1208 

Chang Pi 

785 
Chang P'ing-shan 

909 
Chang Po-to-lu 

1208 
Chang Shang-yii 

514 
Chang Shih 

1802, 1803 



628 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chang Shih-hsi 

1449 
Chang Shou-chen 



Chang T'ing-chi 



^±''^' 



lU 

1155 
ig Shun- 



786 
Chang Shu 



1155 
Chang Shun-min 



807 
Chang Ta-D 

132 
Chang Ta-yung 

1004 
Chang T'ai-ho 

36 
Chang Tao-chiin 

700 
Chang Tao-ling 

2007 
Chang-ti (Han) 



1324 
Chang T'ien-jui 

983 



685 
Ch'ang T'ing-jui 

869 
Chang T'ing-yu 

1534 
Chang Tsan 

1960 
Chang Tsu 



^^^H 



463 
Chang Tsung 



591 
Chang Tsung-i 

781. 782 
Chang Tzu-hsi 

1117 
Chang Wan-ming 

490 
Chang Wei-hsien 

1108 
Chang Wen 

903, 1091, 1092 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



829 



Chang Wen-hsiao 


Chao A-huan 


^SL^ 


^ntx 


1129 


413 


Chang Wen-hsien 


Chao Ang 


^^■M 


M?P 


1039 


954 


Chang Ying 


Chao Chen 


^6« 


m^k 


948 


445 


Chang Yii-shu 


Chao Chia-pin 


^m 


iitii 


1476. 1483 


1913 


Chang Yiian-chung (Lady) 


Chao Chieh-an 


^t^.t- 


ia;*f?^ 


677 


1553 


Chang Yiian-fang 


Chao Chih-ch'en 


^^TLys 


ilz.it 


1129 


1873 


Chang Yiian-tsu 


Ch'ao Chiung 


^l^^R 


tiE 


372 


780 


Chao (family) 


Ch'ao Chiin-hsiu 


^ ' 


7i.il h 


1462 


1229 


Chao (Lady) 


Chao Fu 




Mil) 


253 


933 


Chao (n6e) 


Chao Hsi-hsien 


^ 


i«*)lt 


640 


890, 907, 912 


Chao (Prince of) 


Chao Hsiian 


n 


^t\ 


208 


659 



630 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chao Hsiian-meng (Chao Tun) 

245 
Chao K'o-hsiang 



+ 0' -t- 



^^p 



537 
Chao Lieh-wen 

659 
Chao Ling-kao 

809 
Chao Mai 

253, 254 
Chao Meng-fu 



M ^ m 



20, 844, 854, 855, 857-859, 1468, 
1743, 1786, 1900 
Chao Pao-heng 



Mf +1 



1913 
Chao Pao-shan 

1913 
Chao Pi 



Ml* 

1123, 1140 
Chao Ping-cho 

1905 
Chao Ping-ch'ung 

1807 



Chao Pu-liu 

814 
Chao Shang-te 

752 
Chao Sheng-hsiu 

1225 
Chao Sheng-po 



^Jih 



427 
Chao Shih-chvin 

427, 578 
Chao Shih-hsien 



^±% 



1959 
Chao Shih-t'ung 

826b 
Chao Shu 

912 
Chao Tai 



768 
Chao T'ing-huai 



;S£lt 



1905 
Chao T'ing-jui 



^■i' 



1024 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



631 



Ch'ao Tsung 

1473 
Chao Tun 

245 
Chao Wang 

1039 
Chao Ying-kun 



.462 
Ytian 

254 

I Yiian-hsi 



1462 
Chao Ytian 



254 
Chao Yiian-hsiieh 



1849 
Che Wan-hsiian 



1988 
Ch'en (rf6e) 



Pi 



595 
Ch'en Chan 

ft A 

793 
Ch'en Chao-lun 



n. ^i 






1764 
Ch'en Chi 



1107 



Ch'en Chih 

972 
Ch'en Chih 

981 
Ch'en Chih-chieh 

I* L i?. 

1862 
Ch'en Chin 



n.t% 



1944 
Ch'en Ch'iian 



1842 
Chen-hsing 



A'Jl 



647 
Ch'en Hsiian 



?>v. 



ii-M. 



933 
Ch'en Hsiian-yii 

572 
Ch'en Hui 

635 
Ch'en Hung 

716 
Ch'en Hung-lieh 

1842 



632 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ch'en I-hsi 



1542 
Ch'en Ju 

mt 

1020 
Ch'en K'uei 

1399 
Ch'en Kung-yii 



1286 



Ch'en, Petrus 

1211 
Ch'en Po-chih 



t<Bi 



1342 
Ch'en Po-to-lu 

1211 
Ch'en Seng-shou 

Pi ft 4: 

605 
Ch'en Shan-ts'e 

PA* ^& 

1162 
Ch'en Shu-chiin 

1866 
Ch'en Shu-hsiian 

1543 
Ch'en Shu-huai 

1341 



Ch'en Shu-ta 

585 
Ch'en Ta-ching 

1470 
Ch'en Tao-fu 

1566 
Ch'en Te-cheng 

886 
Ch'en T'ien-chi 

Pi ^4* 

1457 
Ch'en T'ing-shao 

Pi^iS 

1952 
Chen-tsung (Sung) 

it 

774, 1019 
Ch'en Wan-chang 

1865 
Ch'en Ying-chii 

1116 
Ch'eng 

)&. 
206 
Ch'eng 

*I 

15S0 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



Ch'eng (king) 

88.95 

Ch'eng (prince) 

814, 1288, 1837 
Cheng (family) 

1145 
Cheng (Mrs.) 

IP 

663, 1952 
Cheng Ch'ang-yu 

379 
Cheng Ch'eng-kung 

1284, 1930 
Cheng Chi-hsiian 

289, 290, 1794 
Cheng Chi-shu 

435 
Cheng Chih-tsung 

I 1796 

Ch 'eng Chin-szu 

4-? i^ ^. 

720 
Cheng Ching 

1145 



Ch'eng Chtin 

mi 

1025 
Cheng-chuan 

856 
Ch'eng Hao 

768, 1067 
Cheng Hou 



972 
Cheng Hsiao-hsii 



IP*^ 



431, 2003 
Cheng Hsin 



945 
Ch'eng Hsiu-chi 

720 
Ch'eng I 



ksU 



1007, 1009 
Cheng, Johannes 

1195 
Ch'eng Ju-yii 



Ai^il 



1504 
Cheng Ku 



mm 



265, 266 
Cheng-meng 

JEt 

772 



634 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ch'eng Miao 

1415 
Ch'eng Nan-yiin 

926, 952 
Cheng Ping-hu 



t^ft 



1637 
Cheng Shu-tsu 

465 
Cheng T 'an 

tP* 

701, 702 
Cheng Tao-chao 

465 
Cheng Tao-chung 

■Ttl JLE yvi; 

419 
Ch'eng Te-yin 

1462 
Cheng Ts'e 

1979 
Ch'eng Tsun-chou 



)^% 



480 
Ch'eng-tsung (Yiian) 

845 



Cheng Tzu-kuei (Jo-wang) 



1195 
Ch'eng Wang 



)^i 



88,95 
Ch'eng Wen-i 

1519 
Cheng Wen-pao 

no 

Cheng-yen 

it 

712 
Ch'eng Yen-ch'u 

916 
Cheng Yen-wen 

826 
Cheng Yu-Un 



Lfi^y^l 



401 
Ch'eng Yiian 



'Kit 



7 

638 
Chi Chan 

1380 
Ch'i-ch'ing 

1908 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



635 



Ch'i Chun 

1034 
Ch 'i Chiin-ts 'ao 



'? t * 



1896 
ChiNai 



f ^S^ 



961 
Ch'i-pi Ming 

644 
Ch'i Tiao-k'ai 



897 



Chia 



^ 
@ 



1447, 1451 
Chia-ch'ing (emperor) 



1826. 1839 
Chia Fang 



J26. 18 
?'ang 

IR 

21 
Fu-pao 

126, 627 
Jen 

m 1- 

62 
Jen-D 






721 
Chia Fu-pao 



626, 627 
Chia Jen 



862 
Chia Jen-D 



Chia K'o-hsing 

1149 
Chia Li 

1496-1500 
Chia, Paul 

1149 
Chia Ping-shen 



629 



1132 
Chia Ta-i 

648 
Chiang Hsiang-yen 

^^ 2& «^ 

1717 
Chiang Hui 

981 
Chiang Kung 

1959 
Ch'iang Kuo-chung 

1292 
Chiang Meng-ling 

1993 
Chiang Ping 

1871 



636 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chiang Ta-fang 

1049 
Chiang Ts'e 

1865 
Chiang Tsuan 



467 
Ch'iang Tsung 






711 
Chiang Yu-jen 

1215 
Chiang Yiin-hsiin 

m- Ai f". 

1659, 1660, 1667 
Chiang Yvin-i 

1111 

Chiao 



1446, 1447 
Chiao 

715 
Chiao Hung 

^i it 



Ch'ien (family) 

730 
Chien-ch'u 

704 
Ch'ien Feng 

1565 
Ch'ien Hao 

893 
Chien Hua-ch'eng 

1942 
Chien I 

792 
Ch'ien-lung (emperor) 



'^Lf^ 



1073 
Ch'iao I 



1557. 1559-1564, 1568, 1569, 1571, 
1574, 1575, 1578, 1580, 1581, 
1583, 1584, 1587, 1588, 1590, 
1592, 1595, 1604, 1605, 1607-1609, 
1611-1624, 1627, 1629-1635, 
1640-1642, 1645, 1650-1653, 
1656-1658, 1661-1665, 1668, 
1670-1673, 1675-1677, 1681-1698, 
1701-1704, 1708, 1709. 1711, 
1713-1716, 1718-1722. 1744-1747. 
1749. 1752. 1753, 1756. 1757, 
1759-1761. 1763, 1789, 1790-1792, 
1797-1801, 1805-1807, 1809, 
1814-1818, 1820, 1821, 1824-1826, 
1830, 1831 
Chien-shou 



825. 828 



■^ 



847 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



637 



Ch'ien Shu-t'ang 


Chih-yen 


im± 


4-^ 


1842 
Ch'ien Teming 


732 
Chih-ytian 


Jlit-W 


^^Ji 


1212 
Ch'ien T'ing-lang 


1870 
Chih-yung 


iiitxk 


W^ 


1873 
Ch'ien Wan-hsuan 


808 
Chin (Mrs.) 


tmM. 


^ 


1096 
Chien-wen-ti (Tung Chin) 


1883 
Chin Chih-chtin 




±uk. 


1331 
Chien-wen-ti (Liang) 


1438 
Ch'in Chiin 


il5C^ 


^il 


1338 
Ch'ien Yen-hsi 


937 
Ch'in Chun-sheng 


1^ ^. ♦. 


^Ml. 


1846 
Ch'ien Yung 


1435 
Chin Chung 


M-:4c 


^^4 


1813, 1823, 1842 
Chih-kuang 


969 
Chin-hsien (princess) 




ti^ 


925, 941 
Chih-kuo 


660 
Ch'in Hsien 




^■^1 


1420 
Chih-p'u 


401 
Chin Jo-han 






1514-1516, 1521 


1197 



638 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chin, Johannes Bapt. Chin Yung 



1197 
Chin Sheng-yang 



1095 



■^ y^ A3 



842 



-^ "JT ^^ Ching (governor) 



1980 ^ 

Ch'in Shih-huang-ti 

^ , ^ 232, 233 

^"xfei^ Ching-chi 
78, 243, 245, 770 il. p 

Ch'in Shih-wang 

778 

^±■3 Ching Ching 






694 



1549 
Ch'in Wang 

:^gj Ching Ho ch'i 

948, 950, 951 ^ -p^ ^ 

Chin Wei-keng 403 

-^ iji^ Ching-hsing (Lady) 

1892, 1895 ^f -fT 

Chin Wen-huang 339 

nn XT i'^ ^^^^ ^'° 



■,>- 



^^^ 



ChinWen-yii 609 

Ching Shih-shan 



1320, 1475 



rit^i 



724 
Ching Wang 



?'Ji 



Ch'in Ying 

4 ill 

Ch'in Ying-jui Ching Wang 

1069, 1071 388 

Chin Yii Ch'ing Yang-tzu 

841 968 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



639 



Ch'iu (n6e) 

in. 

711 
Ch'iu Ch'ien-kuang 



m 



•^aK ''L > 



1894 
Ch'iu Ch'u-chi 

1798, 1946, 1955, 1960. 1963 
Ch'iu Wen-an 



iP** 



512 
Ch'iu Wen-fa 



<i.s:t 



1856 
Ch'iu Yii 



11. *i 



1875 
Cho-lu (Lady) 

663 
Chos-dpal bkra-^is dpal bzati-po 
946 

Chou 



13 
Chou Chih 

920 
Chou Chih-kuei 

1446, 1470 



Chou Chih-tien 

1064 

Chou Ch'ung-tao 



■^ it 



24 
Chou Hsiian-chen 

1107 
Chou Hung-mao 

Ji-\ -JL ?5 
J\}i ^/v -e,^ 

961 



Chou Jo-se 

1235 

Chou, Josephus 
1235 

Chou-kung 

88, 95, 648 
Chou Shih 

JUpL 

853 
Chou Tsan-shou 






^ 



1811 
Chou Wang-pao 

1465 
Chou Wen-ming 

618 



640 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Chou Yii-t'ang 

1865 
Chou Yung-shou 

2006 
Chu 

841 

Chu (censor) 



ik 



1003 

Chu (Mrs. 



k 



1034 
Chu Chang-fu 

1063 
Chu Ch 'en-piao 



HE* 



XL 



1069 
Chu Ch'i 



fvli 



y 
711 
Chu Chi-i 

>i- "^ ^• 

1315, 1465 
Ch'u Chin 

676a/b, 695 
Chu Ching-fei 

426 



Chu Ching-t'a 



1053, 1091-1093, 1102, 1105 
Chu Ching-ts'ang 



iwfe 



624 
Chu Chiieh 



i}-. n 



1472 
Chu Hsi 



* 



939, 1105, 1506, 1541 
Chu Hsien 

987 
Chu I-chang 



* 



^ ^ 
4^^ 



374 
Chu I-lin 



^ 4i 



X:l^J 



903, 904 
Chu Jo-han Pao-ti-szu-ta 



fv^ 



^$li?.^fi^^ 



1188 
Chu, Johannes Baptista 

1188 
Chu Kuei 



* 



1252 
Chu Kuei 



k^ 



1508, 1509, 1512, 1705 
Chu Nan-keng 

1129 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



641 



Chu Shu-kuei 

1144 
Ch'u Sui-liang 

599. 601. 618, 1400, 1728, 1775 
Ch'u T'ing-hui 

1405 
Ch'u T'ing-lin 

1527 
Chu Wei-pi 

1865 
Chu Yang-sheng 

336 
Chuang Chieh-san 

1846 
Chuang Chin-tu 

87 
Chuang-hsi (prince) 

j^ )^ -p 

990. 993. 994. 996 
Chuang Yu-kung 

1584 
Chii (official) 

& 

882 



Ch 'ii Yen-yiin 

421 
Chiieh-lien 



*L* 



X 

1049 
Ch 'ung-ch 'en 

858 
Ch'ung-chen (emperor) 

1323. 1438 
Chung Hsiao-chiin 



520 
Chung Hua-min 



520 

ng Hua-m 

1066, 1067 
Chung Li-ch'iian 

ttmt 

751 
Ch'ung Shih 

1900 
Chung Yxi 

Mli 

1345 
Cibot, Pierre Martial 

1228 
Confucius 

^L^ (<+£) 

95, 97, 106, 182, 241, 243-245, 248, 
653, 749. 757, 768, 781, 782, 845, 
898, 901. 916. 930. 979, 1019, 
1047, 1074, 1075, 1139, 1320, 1412 
(Chung-ni), 1476. 1493, 1552, 1554, 



642 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



1568, 1571, 1581, 1583, 1588, 


Fa-tsung 


1623, 1624, 1669, 1852 


■:tt. 


Coronado, Domingo 


1174 




Delaplace, Louis-Gabriel 
1201 


366 
Fa-wen 


Des Roberts, Louis 
1225 


■A± 


Entrecolles, Francois-Xavier d' 


390 


1220 


Fa-yiian 


Espinha, Jose d' 
1171 


iUt 


Eusebio a Cittadella Patavi 


638 


1165 
Fa-chieh 

636 
Fa-ch'ing 

it* 

393 
Fa-chvin 


Fan Chi-hsun 

1181 
Fan Ch'ih-fu 

-"^ i.+ 4i 

24 
Fan Chiin 


iii^ 




735 


1008, 1009 


Fa-hsing 


Fan Chung 


it.'u 


^■^ 


397 
Fa-hsing 


788 
Fan Hsien-hsiu 


it^ 


*4;^it 


392, 425 
Fa-ling 


1501 
Fan Ju-tzu 


iWi 


'^H-^ 


420 


433 


Fa-sheng 


Fan Min 


■:ti 


1t*|5l 


385 


292 


Fa-tsang 


Fan Nu-tzu 


:i^ 


*^-ii-f 


649 


432 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 643 



Fan Shih Fei Chia-chu 

312, 313 871 

Fan Shih-heng Fei-hsi 

836 676b, 695 

Fan Szu-ching Fei Wen-yii 

1473 1140 

Fan Wen-kuang Feng (family) 



-^ 



1131 533 

Fan Yung Feng Ching-hsia 



~kr»- 



(Lit ^^f.t 

784 1527 

Fang Fang-chi-ko Feng Feng-i 



^~^A 



^ T^ 4* 



1156 543 

Fang Kuan-ch'eng Feng Hsiu 

1589, 1656 1304, 1315, 1465 

Fang Shou-i Feng Hsii 



-^,tt 



1214 1990 

Fang Yen-ch'ien Feng Hui-pin 



588 469 

Fang Yuan-huan Feng Liang 



7^ TtXt -^.^ 



TU 



1293 391 

Fei Cheng-chia Feng Pai-lo 

1303 303 



644 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Feng Ping-cheng 


Fu Ju 


:.%*i 


1*<t 


1224 


969 


Feng P'u 


Fu Kuang-chai 


:%:$ 


M ^ N-^ 


1473 


1063 


Feng Su 


Fu Ling-chih 


:|% 




703 


645, 656 


Feng Tao 


Fu To-ming-o 


:.|A 


'fl ^ sfl 4^ 


731 


1167 


Feng Tien 


Galdan 


JiLiI 


^liiin 


1316-1319 


1511 


Feng Ts'ung-wu 


Gambart, Flavianus 


:%''^^ 


1205 
Gaubil, Antoine 


875, 1124, 1898, 1899 


1217 


Feng Wei-chii 


Genran Misuhisa 
1965 


401 
Fenollosa, Ernest 
1991 


Ghislain, Jean-Joseph 
1192 

Hafiz ben Qul-Mohammad 
43, 1031 


Ferreyra, Domingos Joaquim 


Hai-ch'an 


1167 
Fo-t 'o-po-li 




mpfe-jt*'] 


608 
Hai T'ing-ch'en 


709 
Francisco, In6cio 


^^>tll 


1155 
Frapperie, Pierre 
1181 


1917 
Hamid 

1994, 1995 


Fu-hsi 


Han (nee) 


Ric 




167, 178, 244 


577 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



646 



Han (Lady) 

n 

603 
Han Chen 

785 
Han Chen 



%%n 



1988 
Han Chung-liang 



$$<+ ft 



^ 



604 
Han Fang 

822 
Han I-yiin 



m\% 






358 
Han Jen 



f; 



286 
Han Kuo-chih 



^IIMI^I 



11. 



1139 
Han Kuo-ying 



1228 
Han Lai 



^ 



%%%^ 



261-263 
Han Na-ch'ing 



1204 



rw. 



Han Pang-ch'i 



n ^P ^ 



1051 
Han Pao-ts'ai 

625 
Han Pei-ch'eng 

1475 
Han Shang-wu 

1462 
Han-tan Ch'un 

805, 999 
Han Tsai 

%^ ? 

1526 
Han Tsan 






1011 
Han Tzu-wen 



%% ^ fxH 



482 
Han Yii 

-r-T /i^-" 

736, 812, 1239-1241. 1684, 1805, 
1896 
Hanna, Robert 
1204 

Hei Weng-sheng 
443 



646 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Hiro Gunkaku 



Ho Hsiung 



1991 



Ho 



U 



332 
Ho (magistrate) 



n 



1755 
Ho (official) 

l-j 

575 
Ho Ch'eng-hsiin 

1054 
Ho Chi-tsung 

959a/b 
HoChih 

mi 

818, 1450 
Ho Chih-chang 

573 
Ho Ch'ii-ang 



fjiii. 



748 
Ho Hsin 

864 
Ho Hsing 

818 






991 
Ho K'uei 

248 
Ho Lo-sheng 

438 
HoShih 

jsm. IK, 

137 
Ho Te-hung 

^q {^. -^it. 

863 
Ho Tsung-yen 



P]l 



^^ p; 



1104 
Ho Wei 



n 'i-t 



865 
Hodja 



^.<^^^ tv 



1635 
Hou (Lady) 

382, 384 
Hou Ch'ing-yiian 



Itfil 



1104 
Hou Chiin 

1600, 1602 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



647 



Houl 



^•si 



)^ -if 



168 
Hou K'o 



ik^ 



794 
Hou Kuan 

982 
Hou Ling-kuang 

^■^ /^ -iU- 

479 
Hou Yii-hsiu 

905, 1095, 1096 
Hsi Ch'ao 

1357 
Hsi Chien 

1355 
Hsi-ch'iian 

1878 
Hsi Erh-ta 

1501 
Hsi Sheng-hsiieh 

^S J£- M- 

1179 
Hsi Yin 



1356 



Hsi-yiin lao-jen 

827 
Hsia Ch 'eng 

1030, 1251. 1253 
Hsia Ch'i 

811 
Hsia Hou-jui 

434 
Hsia Yii 



lA 



1411 
Hsiang Chung 



II 






948 
Hsiang Yiian-pien 

1308 
Hsiao Chang 



f x^ 



43, 1005. 1024 
Hsiao Ch'iieh 



tit 



1396 
Hsiao Hsien-ch'ing 






m. 



380 
Hsiao Huang 



1* 



1005 



648 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Hsiao Szu-hua 

AT^ ^^ -ov 

1397 
Hsiao Ta-kang 

988 
Hsiao Tzu 

980, 1005 
Hsiao Tzu-ytin 

1398 
Hsiao-wen (Pei Wei) 

en-cl 



386 
Hsiao Wen-chung 



1121 
Hsiao-yen Hsi-yu 

f ^ :^ ^n \h 

1961 
Hsieh An 

1360 
Hsieh An-shan 

578 
Hsieh Ch'a 






130 
Hsieh Chi 

1406, 1776 



Hsieh Chin 

1902 
Hsieh Chou 

799 
Hsieh Chuang 



iiUi^ 



1370 
Hsieh Ch'ung-chi 



mt^ 



207 
Hsieh Fa 



tWk 



1388 
Hsieh Fa-shao 



357 
Hsieh Fan-po 

1368 
Hsieh Huang-en 

mm 

1915 
Hsieh Kuang 

1013 
Hsieh Kuang-lin 

1880, 1881 
Hsieh Pai-tu 

^? fi. IP 

381 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



649 



Hsieh Po-ta 


Hsien-tsung (Ming) 


^? IB >i. 




364 


957. 960, 966 


Hsieh Shao-p'eng 


Hsien Yu 




A^ 


797-799, 1742, 1785 


817 


Hsieh Shih-yii 


Hsien-ytiCh'tt 


i*B4,^ 


Mf % 


1911 


1787 


Hsieh Su-su 


Hsien-yiian Hua 


0=T /Pv •l^ 


iTii$ 


1445 


242, 248 


Hsieh Szu-ch'ang 


Hsin Ch'ung-min 




3f t "951 


808 


602 


Hsieh T'ao 


Hsing-t'ung 




tt^-fe 


1986 


1507 


Hsieh Wan 


Hsing-yin 


MTi 




1361 


1530 


Hsieh Yiian-ching 


Hsiung Hui 


nm^ 


^^13? 


965 


1875 


Hsien (prince) 


Hsii 


/l^ — ' — 


\t 


1112 


1084 


Hsien (prince) 


Hsti (magistrate) 




'it 


1542 


1762 


Hsien Ch'ang 


HsiiD 


mn 


t^ 


300 


481 



650 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Hsii Ang 

986 
Hsii Chao-yeh 



1^* 



1451 
Hsii Ch'iao 



667, 1989 
Hsii Ch'iao-chih 

1407 
Hsii Chieh 



^,/>- 



U 



1018 
Hsii Chu-ting 



itife% 



1267 
Hsii Chiin-min 



'itil^ 



1506 
Hsii Han-chang 

1487 
Hsii Hao 



'i^.i^ 



693, 1729 
Hsii D-ho 



ffOi- 



414 
Hsii I 



824 



Hsii I-so 



1115 

Hsii, Ignatius 
1150 

Hsii Jih-sheng 

1168 
Hsii Li-cheng 

1150 
Hsii Szu-chung 

14^ /^•^ /c; 
582 
Hsii Tao-ning 

787 
Hsii Ting 

848 
Hsii Tsung-lu 

tip ^^ )#; 

1036 
Hsii Tuan-ch'ing 

797 

Hsii Wei 



1542, 1567 
Hsii Yung-chien 



1057 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



651 



Hsiian-pi 



,:^^f^ 


705. 710 


Hsuan-ti (Chin) 


:^fm 


1326 


Hsiian-ti (Tung Chin) 


^t (k-^) 


1327 


Hsiian-tsang 


151 


599. 601. 618. 624, 704. 916 


Hsvian-tsung (T'ang) 



t'^.(M) 



659. 661. 668. 672. 676a. 767 
Hsuan-tsung (Ming) 

921 
Hsiian-wang 

SI- 

77. 1807 
Hsiieh see also Hsieh 
Hsiieh Weng 

1285 
Hu-ao 

1874 
Hu Ch'ang-jen 

468 
Hu Hsiang-shan 



+ 1 



1543 



HuSun 

1840 
Hu Tzu-ch'e 



in 4- iti 



510 
HuYing 

in M 

952 
Hu Yuan-ying 

1875 
Huai-jen 

624. 871 
Huai-su 



rti 



800. 806. 951. 1424. 1731. 1771 
Huai-3ain 

'1-ti? 

670 
Huan-chu shih 



£a K 



1948 
Huan-kung (Ch'i) 



+i '^ 



243 
Huan Wen 

1348 
Huang-fu 

478 



652 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Huang-fu Tan 

590 
Huang-fu Tu 

427 
Huang-fu Wu-i 

590 
Huang-fu Yen 

762 
Huang H slang 



:£. ^ 

1346 
Huang Hsiao 

-d~ h 'r 

212 
Huang Hsiu 

753 
Huang I 



252, 313, 1238, 1252, 1794, 1823, 
1944 
Huang Lu-chih 

1783 
Huang Sheng-ch'ing 



t f^P 



222 
Huang Shih-kung 

475, 687, 688 



Huang-ti 

■^ ^^ 

764 
Huang T'ing 

885 
Huang T'ing-chien 

1737 
Huang Yang 

^ -r 

207 
Huang Yiin-ku 

2006 
Hui-ch'ang 



416 
Hui-cheng 






412 
Hui-chih 






399 
Hui-jung 

409, 415 
Hui-kan 

383 
Hui-kuan 



*t 



1^ 



794 



Hui-k 'uan 

1969 
HuiU 

J<S' /-J 

131 
Hui-t'ien 



997 
HuiYen 



3^ 



tikn 



371 
Humblot, Augustin 

1196 
Hung Ao-szu-ting 

1196 
Hung Ching 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 
I-fo 

372 
I-fu 

658b 
I-hsin 

see Kung (prince) 
I Lai-fu 

1126 
I-lin 



653 



^^1 



1610 
Hung Chu 

1017 
Hung Kua 

287, 313 
Huo (family) 



723 
I Che-te 



1192 
I-ching 

645 



1105 
I-men 



mn 



487 
I P'ei-chi 

286 
I-shan 



%^. 



752, 753 
I Ta-ho 

1637 
I-tsung (Ming) 

1134, 1135 
I-yiian 

778 



664 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Incarville, Pierre d' 

1218 
Inoue Tetsujiro 

^ ± & :t fep 

1991 
Ja' Lawyeh 

44 
Jan Ch'iu 

900 
Jan Keng 

900 

Jan Tsung-min 



Atm 



lib 
Jang-szu Ch'ih 



it-l^* 



895 
Jehangir 



^4% \m 



1867 
Jen (Lady) 

339 

Jen Ch'eng-che 

1603 
Jen Chung-tao 

1166 
Jen T'ing-kuei 

1974 
Johannes Damascenus 
1234 



Johannes a Remediis 

1154 
Ju Fa-liang 






7U 



346 
Ju-fang 



■^^i^ 



1127, 1129 
Juan Yen 



P/t?J[ 



1395 
Juan Yiian 

285 
Jui-tsung (T 'ang) 

641 
Jung (prince) 

720 
Kadi Imam ad-Din Buhari 

850 
K 'ang Hai 

1002 
K'ang-hsi (emperor) 

1283, 1291, 1441-1444, 1459-1461, 
1466, 1476, 1477, 1481, 1483-1486, 
1488, 1503, 1505, 1507-1511, 
1514-1516, 1522, 1523, 1532, 1962 
K 'ang Seng-hsien 



Jt ft % 



515 
K'ang-ti (Tung Chin) 



;; 



1329 



.11 



't) 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



666 



Kao (empress) 


Kao K'ao 


^% 


^m 


370 


986 


Kao (Lady) 


Kao Kuei 


if] 


rtl* 


450 
Kao Chia-lo 


846 
Kao Kung 


1161 
Kao Ch'un 


1037 
Kao P'ing 


1849 
Kao Hao 

888 


299 
Kao Shen 


Kao Hao-li 


428 


1301 


Kao Shen-szu 


Kao Hsien 


1171 


1*1 Rfl 

1732 


Kao Shih-chen 


Kao Hsing 


428 


822 
Kao I 


Kao Shih-ch'i 
1466 


,*) 61 - 


Kao Shih-yen 


293 
Kao Jen-t'ung 


1878 


,%td.n 


Kao Shu 


1964, 1971 
Kao Jo-wang 


■=5- 4-i.. 

381 
Kao Tai 


1233 
Kao, Johannes Stephanus 
1233 


984 



656 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Kao T'ao 



m 



852 
Kao-ti (Ch'i) 

1335 
Kao-ti (Liang) 

1337 
K'ao-t'ing 

1020 
Kao-tsung (T'ang) 

600, 601, 624, 1340 
Kao-tsung (Sung) 

1739 
Kao Yiin-hsi 

1961 
Keng Chao-chung 



BtB^.t 



1802 
Ketteler, Clemens August von 

1978 
K'o Hsi-kuo 

875, 1124, 1898, 1899 
K'o-lin-te 

1978 
Ko-lo 

1586 



K 'o-lo-men-la-hsi 

1903 
Ko Takashima 



1-^ 

1246 
KoTso 



■^■]l 



%\% 



314 
K 'o-tun 



447 
K'ou Chun 

^ ."13; 

995 

Ku Ch'i-yvian 

1111 

Ku Ching 






1955 
KuFan 



708 
Ku I-shou 

1955 
Ku Ping-ch'ien 



1108 
Ku Wen-pin 



kl 'Liii 



1926 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



667 



Ku Yii-wen 



K'ung 



iifSL 



1982 
Kuan Chi 






1032 
Kuan Chung 

^# 

243 
Kuan Pao 

1705 
Kuang-chih 

565 

Kuang-hsii (emperor) 

1932 
Kuei-hsiang 



t4l 



620 

K'uei-hsing 

1121. 1906 
Kuei Sun 

899 
Kuei Wei-ku 



ii^^^^ 



1250 
Kung (prince) 



1973 



5L 



260 
K'ung Chi-su 



1295 
K'ung Chi-yao 

1863 
K'ung Ch'ien 

259 
K'ung Chou 

270, 271 
K'ung Chung 

899 
K'ung Hsii 

781 
K'ung Lin 

1391 
K'ung Lin-chih 

1391 
Pao 



K'ung 

274 
K'ung Piao 

278. 279 



658 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Kung-sun Lung 


Kuo Cho-jan 


i:^^Ji 


IP*?^ 


897 


1865 


K'ung Tao-fu 


Kuo Chii 


^LiiM 


ff^E. 


782 


468 


Kung Ting-tzu 


Kuo Chung-shu 


n fi % 


^1 /"CJ/O 


1439 


759, 764, 773, 1113 


Kung-tsu Chii-tzu 


Kuo Hsiang-ch'a 


i: $11 % tt 




902 


272, 273, 1295 


K'ung Wen-tzu 


Kuo Hsiao-chung 


^(jI-^ 


»*.t- 


291 


824 


K'ung Yen-fu 


Kuo Li 


5Lt*^ 


%nt. 


781 


937 


K'ung Ying-ta 


Kuo Lin-yen 


\,%\-A. 


IP^PIP 


578 


1247-1250, 1847 


Kuo 


Kuo Shang-hsien 


tP 


Ih^^ 


899 


1861 


Kuo (Lady) 


Kuo Shih-yiian 


ir 


tPii:^ 


662 


1113, 1875 


Kuo (prince) 


Kuo Sou-liu 


*M£)l4t 


tPift^N 


1489-1495, 1550-1552 


1113 


Kuo Ching-hsiu 


Kuo T'ai 


iPfJ'l- 


iP^ 


809 


276 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



659 



Kuo Teng 

^1 .2- 

950 
Kuo To-ming 



iPMfl 



1174 
Kuo Tsung-ch'ang 






1295 
Kuo Ying-i 



fP^^ 



737. 738 
La Baume, Pierre de 

1226 
La Charme, Alexandre de 

1216 
Lai-lin 



.^Itl* 



1674 
LaiTu 



ii*p 



n 



1543 
Lan Fang-chi 

1230 
Lan, Ignatius 

1230 
Lan Yvi-t'ang 

881 
Lang T'ing-huai 

1524 
Lao-tzu 



95, 97, 106, 182, 241, 504, 574, 659, 
661, 678, 755, 767, 1900 



Lei Hsiao-szu 

1222 
Lei Hsiin 

675 
Lei Jo-se 

1198 
Lei Seng-ming 

335 
Lei Tzu 



862 
Lha-mo 

54 
Li 



•*^x 



* 



204 
Li (prince) 



% 



213 
Li (Lady) 



f 



541 

Li (Mrs.) 



1843 
Li Ch'ao 



#*3 



403, 429 
Li Che 



343 



660 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Li Chen-ch'ang 



i^lLl 






1889 
Li Chen-ju 



%iu^^ 



537 
Li Ch'eng 

1453 
Li Ch'eng-i 



i- .RtS 



719 
Li Chi 

812, 914 
Li Chi 

1003 
Li Chi-ch'ing 



t k ^ep 



683, 777 
LiCh'i-ho 



^ % % 



1963 
Li Chiang 

1923 
Li Ch'ien 



^ i% 



937 
Li Chien-chung 



1734, 1779 



+ 



Li Chien-yeh 

493 
Li Ch'ih 

801 
Li Chih-hai 






606 
Li Chin 



i 






847 
Li Chin-t'ai 



i-A4 



1531 
Li Ching 

fa* 

16, 1136-1138, 1520 
Li Ching-hsiu 

1453 
LiCho 

687 
Li Chun 

^ i^ 

768 
Li Chiin-hsien 

Jt^ ik Si 

1227 
Li Chung-hsiian 

456, 457 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



661 



Li Chung-tsung 

851 
Li Fa-sheng 

4- ^k3~ 



1754 
Li Fang 



%- 



-^ 



487 

Li Feng-ao 



i%M 



1003. 1034 
Li Feng-ch'un 



*-:4^ 



906, 910 
Li Feng-kuei 



f + li 



766 
Li Heng 



i-ifi 



1529 
LiHsi 

280, 281, 883 
Li Hsien 



^% 



941 
Li Hsien-ken 



tu#<. 



1473 
Li Hsiu 



1840, 1865 



LiHui 

847 
Li Hung-chang 

^'■>%% 

1954, 1967 
Li Hung-chu 

1436 
Li Hung-te 

1260 
Li Jang-niang 



i-tl^fe 



:>c 



719 
Li Jen 



^{- 



362 
Li K'ang 



4- ft 



802 
Li K'o-chung 



4- >^i_> •'o^ 



732 
Li Kuang 

683, 777 
Li Kuang-hui 



>v_ ^ Ji^ 



1121-1123 



Li Li 



823 



662 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Li Liu-fang 



i-- 






1803 
Li Lun 



f^i 



970, 971 
Li Ma-tou 

1173 
Li Meng-lin 



^ 






1078 
Li Meng-yang 






f 

)0i 
ii-3 

>88 
io-hsiin 



909 
Li Pai-yao 



588 
Li Pao-hsiin 



251 
Li Pao-lu 



t m% 



1178 
Li P'i-hsii 






790 
LiPo 



ih 



1939 
Li Po-ming 

t'j \i m 

1151 



Li-seng 



446 
Li Shen 



tk:^ 



982 
Li Shen-chung 

516 
Li Shih-jung 

1005 
Li Shih-lung 

1498, 1499 
Li Shih-ta 

1084 
Li Shou-chin 

1118 
Li shou-su 

766 
Li Shu-ta 



ifei* 



1948 
Li Sung-hsiang 

1018 
Li Szu 

78, 82, 1414 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



668 



Li T'an-tu 


Li Tsung-wan 


i^^ttji 


M%% 


724 


1548 


LiT'ao 


LiTu 


ii% 


i"-+± 


1666 


881 


Li Tao-ch'ien 


Li Tuan-ch'en 


tiiti 


i-s^£ 


851, 852 


795 


Li Te-ch'eng 


Li Tung-ch'i 


t^fJ& 


i-.ti* 


920 


96, 307, 312, 1794, 1812 


Li Ti-mao 


Li Tung-yang 


ih<\^ 


4- ^ PI 


234 


1934 


Li T'ien-ch'iian 


Li Wei-jen 


f X± 


^A^^ 


1855 


637 


LiT'ien-fu 






Li Wen-an 


i^^^T4 


"^X^^ 


1572 




Li T'ien-i 


652 




Li Wen-han 




^^-^ 


286 




LiTs'an 


1890 




Li Wen-tuan (Lady) 


*ii 


i-'^tt 


949 




LiTsung 


709 


729 


Li Yang-ping 


fP«>lv 


Li Tsung-t'ung 


683, 777. 1004 




Li Yen 


i^TJB 


4M£ 


78. 82, 86, 87, 208, 270, 271, 286, 




287, 329. 814 


617 



664 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Li Yen-kung 




Liang Ch'ien 




3^ '^^ 


1072 


920 


Li Yin-pin 


Liang Chih 


i^^^ 




1129 


786 


Li Ying-ch'un 


Liang Ch'ing-k'uan 


tm* 




1061 


1454 


Li Yiian 


Liang Hsi-wang 




1^4-T. 


441 


342 


Li Yiian 


Liang Jung 






1684 


915 


Li Yiian-chih 


Liang Kao-wang 


"^iLli 


y7]- -^ t9 




^-1^ X, 


794 


652 


Li Yiian-feng 


Liang Kung-chih 




1827 


468 


Li Yiian-ying 


Liang Kuo-chih 


i^iL^ IP. l^:S 


1666 




Li Yiieh 


1251 


i-^ 


Liang Sheng-ch'ing 


3?: 1? "t^ 


793 




Li Yung 


654 


i-'i, 


Liang Shih-cheng 


m^j- 




645, 656, ( 


366, 805, 999, 1404, 


1778, 1840, 


1865 1571, 1574, 1590 


Liang DD 


Liang Shih-liang 








'4:t^^ 


517 






725 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 665 



Liang Shou-ch'ien lia 

699 846 

Liang Tung Liu (Sub-prefect) 



mt 



g. 



1050 1810 

Liang T'ung Liu (family) 

1788 1880, 1881 

Liao (Ch'an teacher) Liu (Lady) 

832-834 576 

Liao-i Hui-an Liu Ch'ang-chu 

928 449 

Liao-tsung Liu Ch'ao 

1458 1367 

Lin Chi-ko Liu Ch'eng 

1182 1058 

Lin Li-yeh Liu Ch'eng-yin 

1987 1955-1957, 1959, 1960, 1962 

Ling-chih Liu Chi 

609 995 

Ling Kung Liu Chih-shun 






Tltnf. 



249 751 

Ling Yao-tsung Lio Ch 'in-tan 

941 638 



666 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Liu Ching-hsing 

1859 
Liu Chiin 

87 
Liu Fang 

1479 
Liu Hsiung 



'J «h 



1249 
Liu Hsii 



213 
Liu Hsii 

t 

1001 
Liu Hui 



i\n 



m 






248 
Liu I 

455 
Liu Jan 



1881 
Liu Ju-ch'i 



S'Ji^M 



1001 
Liu K'an 

74 



fl 



Liu Ken 

mi 

423, 424 
Liu K'o 



S'l« 



704 
Liu K'o-lun 



^i]^in 



408 
Liu Kuei 



f'jit 



1372 
Liu Kuei-chih 



3- 

1372 

Liu K'un 



'^mt 



i^.| 



.j,^ 



it 



1938 
Liu Kung-ch'iian 

703, 705, 706, 1403, 1733, 1772, 
1990 
Liu Lin-sheng 



288 
Liu Lo-chen 

%.i -X7 -^ 

402 
Liu, Melchior 

1236 
Liu Meng-yu 

867 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



667 



Liu Mo-erh-chiieh 

1236 
Liu Mu-chih 

1378 
Liu Pao-lu 



■SI. 



\m% 



J. 

1232 
Liu Pao-nan 



I'JI 



269 
Liu, Paulus 
1159, 1232 

Liu Pei 

831 
Liu San-wu 



'J^^ 



920 
Liu Shao-hsien 

637 
Liu Shih-lu 



■Jli$t 



1021 
Liu Shih-ning 



<t^ 



\^'^ 



3- 
1242 
Liu Ta-ch'eng 

1527 



Liu Ta-yu 

831 
Liu T'ao 

317 
Liu Tao-fu 

952 

Liu, Thomas 

1231 
Liu To-mo 



1231 
Liu Ts'ai 



t\ f ?.t 



1100 
Liu Tsao 

292 
Liu Ts'ung-i 

758 
Liu T'ung-sheng 

668 
Liu Wan-hai 



t\ 



1^:--^ 



1982 
Liu Wei 



t'Jil 



836 



668 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Liu Yin-ch'ii 

1487 
Liu Yii-nan 

1968 
Liu Yuan-ming 

363 
Liu Yiieh 






113 
Liu Yiin 

Jl. J -civ 

979 
Liu Yiin-ho 

tmtk 

1943 
Liu Yiin-p'ei 

1600-1602 



Lo 



XiT) 



&''^^ 



323 
LoCh'a 

1505 
Lo Chen-yii 

419 
Lo Ch'i-ming 

1152 



Lo Ching 

1239 
Lo Ching-hsing 

1525 
Lo, D.H. 

k^ 

1535 
Lo Hsiang 

1986 
Lo Hsiu 

984 
Lo Hsii 

1260 
Lo Ni-ko-lao 



S£^* 



1203 
Lo Sheng-p'ei 

514 
Lo Szu-kung 

1111 
Lo T'ien-hsiang 

848 
Lo Wei-keng 

1473 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 669 



Lo Wen-D Lu Hsiin 

1873 21 

Lo Yiian-han Lu Hua 

^^t:ft:l Ait 



so. 

1535 1283 

Lobdzan Dandzin t Hunir 



1539 
Lomi 



1-te 



1432 
Lou Shih-te 



283. 284. 313 



1021 
Lu Jo-t'eng 



/so. 

1143 
Lu-k'ang 



xm 



644 
Lou Shou ^^°^ 



1901 
Lu K'un 






1250 
Loyola, Ignace of 592 

1183 Lu kung 
Lu Chien-chih 

, 1^9^ . LuKuo-hua 
Lu Chih-ming ^ ^_^ ^^^ 

1696 

1610. 1706 , ^ . 

LuChing LuTeyuan 

/JJO. /hi 

780a/b ^^ 

Lu Chun Lu Wang 

^fe 1 u :#. T 



1144 



Lu Chung-hsien Lu Yen-ch'ang 



i it 1 4 ^ 

1157 464 






670 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Lu YUan-ch'ung 



t^^u 



1138 
Lu Yiin 

1383 
Lu Yiin-chung 

mt + 

1307, 1445 
Lii Ch'ang 

887, 1473 
Lii Ching-an 

834 
Lii Ch'un-yang 



? itP 



cf . Lii Yen 
Lii Hsiu 



%^ 



352 
Lii Hsiu-yen 






k 



694 
Lii Sheng-k'td 

1136 
Lii Szu-huan 

639 
Lii Ta-chung 

268 



Lii Tung-pin 

see Lii Yen 
Lii Yen 



751, 1035, 1096 
Lung-shan Kung 

514 
Ma 



% 



1097 
Ma (family) 

.1, 

157, 1087, 1088 
Ma Chao-hsi 

■ft -^IL 4 

1124 
Ma Ch'eng 



^A 



Ma Ch'ien 

1898, 1899 
Ma, Cosmas 



M 



1210 
Ma Erh-t'u 



1469 
Ma Fu-t'o 



610 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



671 



Ma Hsiung 

1891. 1895 
Ma Hung-ch'i 

1288 
Ma I-mao 

1758 
Ma Ju-ch'tian 

1 A ^ 

1885, 1920 
Ma Ko-szu-mo 



Ma Shou-chen 



«%MS: 



1210 
Ma K'uo 



.^Jfp 



708 
Ma Lung-t'u 



%ii^ 



Xi? 



1118 
Ma Meng-ho 



1032 
Ma Pu-ch'ing 

1888 
Ma She-chang 



St^ 



1647, 1648 
MaShih 



,S,B# 



1133 



%^^ 



1307 
Ma Te-chao 



.f,itB3 



1906, 1914 
Ma Ts 'ung 



.S,( 






1103 
Ma Tsung-chiao 

1647 
Ma Ts 'ung-hsiung 

1596 
MaTz'u-t'u 



NS 



1021 
Ma Wei-lo 



.Sj'l'i! 



876, 1132 
Ma Wei-jdn 



^m® 



876, 1132 
Ma Wen-chih 



%%'^ 



1860 
Ma Wen-p'eng 



%5Li.i 



1988 
Ma Yun 



' . • -J rlxOl 



719 



672 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ma Yung-fu 

1851, 1892, 1893 
Magalh§es, Antonio de 

1176 
MagalhSes, Gabriel de 

1175 
Magida Dervio, Francesco 

1156 
Mahmud 

1994, 1995 
Mailla, Joseph de Moyriac de 

1224 
Mandukh (Sheikh) 

47 
Manso Mikane 

1246 
Mao Hui-chien 

1448, 1450 
Mao Shao-chih 

't ^'^ / 

859 
Mattos, Manuel de 

1152 
Meikaku (?) 



%% 



1972 
Meng Chen-sheng 



1202 
Meng Fu 



/u^ 



i 



234 
Meng Hsiao-chii 

207 



Meng Kuang-ta 

380 
Meng Kung 

4- lit 

1958 
Meng Nien 

972 
Meng Ta 

374 
Meng Tsuan-tsu 

1290 
Meng Wen-ch 'ang 

4- x^ ^ 

MD. >C NS' 

848 
Meng-ying 

^^ 

759, 761, 765, 768, 772, 773 
Mericourt, Hubert de 
1227 

MiFei 






747, 749, 1443, 1507, 1678, 1738, 
1784 
Miao-chi 



Wf' 



n 



924 
Min Sun 



894 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



878 



Ming Shou 


Ning Szu-tao 


m^ 


"t ^- i*. 


1537 


642 


Ming-ti (Sung) 


Ning Wan-wo 


«^ ^ l^) 


"S'C^l 


1334 


1432 


Ming-ti (Tung Chin) 


Niu Hsi 


^^ ^<^irfj 




1328 


1059 


Moggi, Ferdinando 
1151 


Nii-wa 


Mo-hui 


^k^ 


tm 


167, 178. 244 


615 





Mouly, Joseph Martial 


?P 


1202 


Mu-wang 


1501 


ilT 


OK'ai 


89. 240, 243, 245. 250 


^Mi 


Muhammad 


1470 


1994, 1995 




Muhammad ben Muhammad ben 


OLo 


Ahmad al-Burmani al-Karawi 
849 


W:^ 


Nan Kuang-kuo 


1472 


1177 


Mi-ta 


^P^lit 


Nan-kung Kua 


1570 




Olli^res. Jacques-Francois 


Dieudonn^ d' 


897 


1214 


Ni T'ung 


Omura Seigai 


\%m 


:^4^^ ^ k 


1968 


1991 


Nieh Chih-chen 


Ou-yang Hsiu 


A 4- * 


%mn 


853 


792 



674 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ou-yang Hsiin 


Pai Yii-hsin 


gxpii^ 


feiij 


511, 585, 588. 590, 1294, 1402, 


1925 


1727, 1773 


P'an Ch'ien 


Ou-yang T'ung 


^ .', -x-y— 




287 


617 


P'an Huai-ch'ien 


Ou-yang Wei 


717 




ssA. 1 ^ >it 


1891 


P'an Shih-hsiung 


Pa Chia-lu 




E i]^iw. 


823 


1191 


Pan-tan t'o-szu-pa 


Pa Hsin 




&nk 


ffi^^t 




954 


1189 


P'an Ti 


Pa To-ming 




ElBfl' 


■A^ 




1808 


1223 
Pai Chang 


P'ang Chia-pin 




%l$Ct 


1169 


1001 




Pai Chin 


P 'ang Jen-hsien 


<a% 


m-w 




lei 


1221 




Pai Fang-sheng 


Pao Ch'eng 


^7i%- 


'£4i 


404 


789 


Pai Wan-yiian 


Pao-chi 


^%ri. 




1925 


1870 


PaiYii 


PaoT'ien-fu 


^S 


i?-^ll 


1976 


1885 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



676 



Pao Wen-kai 

665 
Parennin, Dominique 

1223 
Paris, Charles 

1191 
Paulus a Cruce 

1178 
P'ei (general) 

583 
P'ei Chen 



Hfr 



788 
Pei Ho-no 

1501 
P'ei Hsiao-chih 

ji -^ x- 

689 
P'ei Hsiu 

^ VK 

705. 706 
P'ei P'ing 

^> 31 

687-689 
P'ei Ts'en 

231, 1247, 1555 
P'eiTu 

1896 
P'eng Yii-lin 

1939 



Pereyra, Tom6 

1168 
Pernon, Louis 

1177 
Pi (governor) 



1748 
Pi Lu-lang 






fep 



531 
Pi Yiian 



;7u 



1708 
PienHu 

1387 
P'ing Hsien 

1244, 1287, 1300 
P'ing Shan 



^J. 



746 
Pinheiro, Domingos 

1162 
Po Shao-chih 



"%'iS> L 



1409 
Po-yii 



fat 



226 
Pu Chao-meng 



% 






1527 
PuChen 



^^v 



1435 



676 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Pu Chi Raux, Nicolas 
L dr 1203 

I "C? R«gis, Jean-Baptiste 
1028 1222 

P'u-chi Rezende, Carlos de 
.; . ' 1161 

^ l)^ Ricci, Matteo 



•^ 



1173 



495 

Pu Hsiang Rin-chen dpal 

860 
p ^3 Rousset, Etienne 

1190 
1122 „ . ^, 

Pu Hsing Sai Shan-szu-tmg-wu-ma-erh 

su 



1314, 1454 1021 

P'u-k'o-shu-szu-lien-yeh-shai-ch'i-erh- Sai Shun-tsu 
pu-tang-lo-hsi v 



iipaf^ 


a^iwPB^# 


life ^^t 


i^ U 


1970 
Pu-k 'ung 




T^£ 




693 
Pu Lien 

1096 
Pu Nien 




1-^ 




1470 
PuShih 





1021 
Salette, Joseph 

1198 
Sang 

332 
Saraiva, Josephus 

1153 
Sarif Badr ad-Din ben Sams-ad-Din 

1031 
§arif Kasim 

861 
Sarthou, Jean-Baptiste 

1199 
Saupurein, Felix 

1206 
Sayyid Ajall Sams ud-Din 
1113, 1467, 1468, 1472, 1475 i021 



t* 



Pu Ta-ch-ing g^,,^ ^^^ gj,,, j„i,ann Adam 



^m 



1148, 1164 



^ Schreck, Johannes 

876, 1078, 1132 1180 

Pu Tung Seng-chi 



if :f 



1096 451 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



•77 



ShaShih 

1869 
Sha [Ju]-yu 



Shao Jun-chih 



•'Oi 



1169 
Shan Hsi 

287 
ShanT'ao 

u-Lj 1^ 

1386 
Shang-kuan 



i¥ 



609 
Shang Shou-li 

394 
Shang Tso-chiin 

899 
Shao-ch'ien 

1086 
Shao Chien-ch'u 



Ti 



^^n 



706 
Shao Chien-ho 



IP^i*.^ 



705. 706 
Shao Ch'ih 



rm L 



667, 1989 
Shao Shih 

NO y<- 

1890 
Shao Tsu 



2Pm 



532 
Shen Ch'ang-fan 

1314 
Shen Chao-ting 



^'K7 



1555, 1597, 1793 
Shen Ch'eng 



^il 



895 
Shen Chia 



:t4 



1364 
Shen Chia-ch'ang 

1364 
Shen Chiin-ch'u 

373 
Shen Ch'un-ling 



:ttti^ 



982 
Shen Kuo-hua 



807 



1113 



678 


FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 


Shen-nung 


Shen Yvi 


*tl- 


mt 


182 


21 


Shen Pao-chen 


Shen Yiieh 


itiiii 


■:ti^ 


1930 


350, 1394 


Shen Pao-kun 


Sheng-yen 


iTfAt 


tt 


431 


776 


Shen Sheng 


Shih Ch'en 


■tPi 


^ Ml 


781 


275, 277 


Shen Sheng 


ShihChih-ch'ang 


im 


Ml^^W 


782 


902 


Shen Szu-yung 


Shih Ch'ou 


^wi^ 


ilS 


468 


1413 


Shen T'ieh-shan 


Shih Hsing-kuo 


^Mtl 


7" H S- 


1795 


333 


Shen T'ien-lu 


ShihI-wu 


i> ^# 


^ Aiu 


828 


797 


Shen-tsung (Ming) 


Shih Jen-k'uo 


#?. 


±i-)%f 


1064 


612 


Shen Tung-hsing 


Shih Jun-chang 


:t)t^T 


ifef^]^ 


1153 


1279 


Shen Yu-jung 


Shih Jung 


it ^ ^t 


■h N^ 


1101 


668 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



879 



Shih Kao-yang 

1904 
ShihKung 

1022 
Shih San-wei 

7" — >^ 

1118 
Shih Shen-an 

400 
Shih-tsung (Ming) 

1006-1008 
Shih Tzu-hua 

658b 
Shih Wei-tse 

658b. 664, 667, 1989 
Shih Ying-lin 

1520 
Shou-t 'ang 

1266 
Shuai Nien-tsu 

1577. 1582 
Shun-chih (emperor) 



SimoneUi. Johannes 

1158 
So Chih-neng 

1163 
SoChing 

1377 
So Fo-li-szu 

1206 

Soeiro, Paulus 

1172 
Solobun 

'^'^ \JD -J,- 

1590 

Souza, Policarpo de 

1163 
StadUn, Franz 

1182 
Stough, R. A. 

818 
Su Fang-ch'eng 

436 
Su Lin 

1170 
Su Ling-chih 

659, 661 
SuShih 



^'l| 5.^ 



■«-i$^ 



1148. 1323, 1437, 1438, 1440 



750, 752. 753, 791. 804, 1287, 
1570, 1667, 1736, 1782, 1878, 1891 



680 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Su Tsun Sun Chin 

498 775 

Su Tung-p'o ' Sun D-hung 

1089 
Hua-D 



cf. Su Shih 1089 

Sun Hua-D 



Su Tzu-jung 

795 
Su Wan-li 

-^ it L \ 



it 



i. 



1941 



8 
Sun Jen 



UJ: 



559 
l'^07 Sun Kuo-t'ing 

Suarez, Jos6 ^/ vq v-^- 

1170 ^k'i^)^ 

Sun (monk) 1298, 1299 

Sun Kuei 



^i' 



^4 



822 

Sun (Mrs.) 1049 



Sun Neng-k'uan 



318, 1085 
Sun Chang 1245,1541.1554 



Sun P'ei-k'o 



1083 
Sun P'ei-wei 



1216 
Sun Chi-sheng 

'^^» 1079 

Sun Chih-jen gun Szu-hsiang 



453 



Sun Chih-wei Sun Tao-wu 

911 380 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



681 



Sun T'ien-chi 

953 

Sun T'ung-hsiang 

835 
Sun Tzu 

486 
Sun Ying-ao 

899, 1042-1046 
Sun Yung-an 

406 
Sung DD 



:^ 



461 
Sung An-fu 



"3^^ A 



816 
Sung Ching 

686. 690 
Sung Chiin-jung 

1217 
Sung-hsi Hui-ai 









1434 
Sung Hung-tu 

704 



Sung Lo 

273 
Sung Ming-ch'i 



3^-e,i^ 



1836 
Sung Shih-hsing 



-^ikm 



474 
Sung Ta-fu 



^:^A 



816 
Sung Tan 



%{k 



1416 
Sung Yen 

686 
Sung Yiin 

%-^ 

816 
Sung Yung-kuei 

522 
Szu-chuang 

670 
Szu-juan 



%^t 



967 
Szu-ma (Lady) 



615 



682 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Szu-ma Kuang 


T'ai-tsu 




^.1)^ 


:fc*I 




1244 


774 




Szu-ma Yu 


T'ai-tsung 




^.i){'X 


yK.^ 




1371 


774, 871 




Szu-tu Tuan 


T'ai-tsung (T'ang) 




WA^t 


^^aM) 




358 


618, 624, 917, 1042, 1131, 


1294, 


Ta-chih ch'an-shih 


1339 
T'ai-tsung (Sung) 




xm^t^ 


K ^- c^; 




658b, 664 






Ta Li-pu 


769 




see Tai Chi-shih 


Takashima k^ 




Ta Li-shan 


1246 






Tahnier, Jean-L^on 

1193 
Tan Chi-hui 




1502, 1513 






Ta-ta fa-shih 


-l $ Q? 




:^ii-:*if 


484 
T'an-hua 




705, 706, 710 






Ta-t'uan 


1 V-^ vW- 




^+1 


444 
T'an-hui 




1457, 1458 






Tagliabue, Francois Augustin 






1200 


-CU, S 




Tai Chi 


452 
T'an-lien 




mn 


^■\% 




668 






Tai Chi-shih 


297 




1200 


T'an Sung-p'o 




Ta'i go'i Sri dPal-ldan bkra-Sis dpaJ 
bzan-po 


I'^'^'i^iik. 




946 


1863 




Tai Hsiian 


T'ang Ch 'en 




668 


1049 





TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



683 



Mitx 



T'ang Chien 

m 

1854 
T'ang Chih-chung 

1218 
T'ang Chung-mien 



^f+ 






1850, 1853, 1854, 1856 
Tang Ch'ung-ya 

1447 
T'ang n-i 

857 
T'ang Jo-wang 

1164 
T'ang Lung 

ill 

1095 
T'ang Shao-yao 

/>0 /I^X? TO 



1135 
T'ang Yao 



^Bl 



1030 
T'ang Yin 



JtW 



1308 
T 'ang Yu-yii 

1095 



Tao-chiang 

365 
Tao-hsing 

if ^ 

472 
T'ao Ku 

mil 

759, 762, 772 
Tao-kuang (emperor) 



m. 



VU 



1867 
T'ao Kuei 



1015, 1016 
Tao-liieh 

470 
Tao-pao 

460 
Tao-seng 

396 
Tao-shen 






940, 953, 954 
Tao-yin 

it® 

617 
T'ao Yiian-ming 

1288, 1535 



684 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Te-hsiang 

594 
Te-pao 

1674, 1744 
Te-shun 



.l)'ll 



832 
Teng (general) 



329 
Teng Ai 

329 
Teng Lin 

908 
Teng T'ing-chen 

1855 
Teng Tzu-liang 

497 
Teng Yii-han 

fPili^ 

1180 
Thierry, Jean-Baptiste 

1207 
Ti (Lady) 



T'i-ching 

587 
Ti Jen-chi 



iti- 



i 



1207 
Ti Shou-su 






766 
Ti-wa-ta-szu 



jK^i^:^- 



926 
Tiao Tsun 



^ 



408 
T'ieh Lin 

1862 
T'ien-hsien 



:^aiFl^5 



1951 
T'ien Hsiu-kuang 



649 
T'ien I-ch'i 

643 
T'ien Lei-szu 

1201 
T'ien Tzu-yii 



708 



928 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



686 



T'ien Wen-chi 


Ts'ai Shou-sheng 


ffiX* 


t^i 


541 


250 


Ting Ch'u-yiieh 


Ts'ai Shu-yiian 


l^k!^ 


S:iiliL 


642 


1285 


Ting Jih-ch'ang 


Ts'ai T'ing-pin 


THS 


#ii| 


1933 


1250 


Ting P'eng 


Ts'ai Yen 




^ik • 


1455 


1422 


Ting Yu 


Tsai Yii 


T# 


t^ 


779 


896 


T'o-t'o-mu-erh sung-hsien 


Ts'ai Yiian-hsing 


nyMyi^a ^t-*^ 


tit^ ^ 


864 


982 


Tou Chien-te 


Ts'ai Yung 




•Jt?- 5=7 


586 


276, 1030, 1249, 1251, 1295 


Ts'ai Hsiang 


Ts'angChieh 






792, 1735, 1781 


182, 267, 268, 1410 


Ts'ai Lin 


Ts'ang-shang 




^]^ 


1253 


622 


Ts'ai Pien 


Ts'ao Chen 






805 


310, 311 


Ts'ai Shih-fang 


Ts'ao I 




•^1 -oM. 


1866 


824 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ts'ao Lan 



1028, 1032 
Ts 'ao Lien 



.* 



398 
Ts'ao O 



i^fe 



805 
Tsao-pao 



^U 



1908 
Ts'ao Pien 






732 
Ts'ao Tso 

969 
Ts'en Hslin 

676a 
Tseng Chen-yang 



hfeng 



1141 
Tseng Jo-feng 






1141 
Tseng Jo-lung 



t^Jl 



1141 
Tseng Ts'an 

1320 



.*! 



Tseng-yii 

1871 
Tso Ch'ung-yao 

i: 

1449 
Tso Fu-shih 

1076 
Tso KuoKihi 

ill 

909 
Tso P'ei-yen 

1076 
Tso Shih 

1077, 1078 
Tso Szu-ming 

1077, 1076, 1078-1083 
Tso T'ang 

986 

Tson-kha-pa 

946 
TsuChi 

768 
Ts'ui Ch'eng-tsung 

368 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



687 



Ts'ui Ching-yung 

407 
Ts'ui Liang-pi 

826 
Ts'ui Pao-lu 



t iUt 



1172 
Ts'ui Shih 

654 
Ts'ui Tzu-yii 



S^i 



1344 
Ts'ui Yuan-3ai 

Oj - 



^TL^S 



A. 



344 
Tsung-chieh 

827 
Tsung-Io 

915 
Tu Ch'eng 

724 
TuFu 

884, 964 
TuKo 

914 



TuLi-te 

1457 
Tu Lu-ch'ing 



it 



345 
Tu Po-kuei 



4^±ftt 



^^ 



488 

Tu Shih-Iiang 

IP 

1199 
Tu Tseng-sheng 

10 
T 'u Ts 'ui-chung 

1504 
Tu Tzu-chien 

302 

Tu Wen-ting 

340 
Tu Wen-wei 



i±ii4 



11 

TuYii 

1365 
Tuan (magistrate) 

692 



688 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Tuan-fang 

78. 82, 86, 87, 208, 270, 271, 286, 
287, 310, 311, 329, 2003 
Tuan Fu-hsing 



ii'it^ 



1453 
Tuan-mu Tz'u 

1279 
Tung Chi 



^ 



tlL 



987 
Tung Ch'i-ch'ang 



t -^ ^ 



1073. 1115, 1442, 1502, 1679 
Tung Chung-shu 

A-7 



ii^e 



912 
Tung Li 



7 



865 
Tung O-yii 



imf 



1242 
Tung Seng-chih 



^i^% 






361 
T'ung Shih-lu 



i^tiS 



1501 
Tung Tao-hung 



it^A. 



Tung-wang-kung 

244, 247 
Tung Yin 

1457 
Tung Ying-ytian 

1118 
T'ung-yvieh 






1069-1071 
Tz'u-hsiang 

412 
Tzu-yang chen-jen 

1093 
Tzu-yu 



87 
Ventavon, Jean-Mathieu de 

1213 
Waerwyk, Wybrant van 

1101 
Walter, Johannes 

1157 
Wan Ch'i 



ml 



844 



961 
Wan Wen-chao 

601 
Wan-yen Ch'ung-hou 

1946 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



Wan-yen Ch'ung-shih 

1962 
Wang 

£ 

609, 797 
Wang (magistrate) 

I 

307 
Wang (n6e) 

714,715 
Wang (Mrs.) 

I 

12,83 
Wang (Lady) 



i 



333. 339, 682 
Wang (family) 

i 

1853 
Wang Ch'ang-yiieh 

1957, 1962 
Wang Ch'eng-en 

1323, 1440 
Wang Chen-i 



i^^^ 



1977 
Wang Ch'eng-yii 

980 



Wang Ch'i 

703 
Wang Chiao 

life 

642 
Wang Chieh 

1807, 1808 
Wang Chieh-mao 

1439 
Wang Chih 

330 
Wang Chih 

919 
Wang Chih-han 

1931 
Wang Chih-tzu 

1248. 1597 
Wang Ching-lien 

If::!: 

706 
Wang Ch'ou 

if* 

707 
Wang Ch'iian-chii 

786 



690 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Wang Chiin-i 


Wang Hsien-chih 


JLtM^ 


T.#^^ 


631 


1430, 1431, 1726, 1766 


Wang Chun 


Wang Hsin 


i-^ 


Ji)k 


1028, 1032 


1381 


Wang Ch'ung-chien 


Wang Hsing 
579 


1460, 1461 


Wang Hsing-man 


Wang Fa-hsin 

lit it 


604 


619 


Wang Hsing-shih 


Wang Feng-shao 

JL -J-i^ BX7 


301 


1915, 1925 


Wang Hsiu 


Wang Ho 


Xif 


lORfl 


1366 
Wang Hsiu-fu 


Wang Hsi 


T.fm 


7 156 

1505, 1510, 1534 
Wang Hsi-chih 


403 
Wang Hsii-chou 


J kL 


1251 
Wang Hsiin 


559, 582, 624, 670, 814, 871, 890, 


I^ 


1140, 1239, 1427-1429, 1487, 1525, 


1724, 1765 


1353, 1767 


Wang Hsia 


Wang Hsun 


x:-^ 

JU-.K7 


J'ii 


1351, 1725 


1366 


Wang Hsiao 


Wang Hu-tzu 



330 



Jifl^ 



531 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS Ml 



Wang Huai-t'ang Wang K'ai 

1259 1870 

Wang Huan-chih Wang K'en-t'ang 

1374 1073 

Wang Hui Wang Ko 

294. 295 1003 

Wang Hui-chih Wang K'un-yang 

1369 1957. 1962 

Wang Hung Wang Kung 

1289. 1547 1022 

Wang I Wang Kung-chih 



387 



554 



Wang I Wang Li-chen 



TTv 



1354, 1723 643 

Wang I-ch'eng Wang Lien 

i^m J, 

1871 916 

Wang I-jung Wang Ling 

363 249 

Wang Jen Wang Lun 

848 595 

Wang Jen-tse Wang Lun 

A 987 



692 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Wang Meng-chi Wang Shih-liang 

1054 597 

Wang Min Wang Shih-ta 

1352, 1768 483 

Wang Ming-te Wang Shih-te 

862 593 

Wang Nan Wang Shih-wen 

III iilX 

531 1963 

Wang Ning-chih Wang Shih-ying 

1376 835 

Wang Pang-ts'ai Wang Shou-chen 

J-^'^i It* 

1099 751 

Wang Po-i Wang Shu-ts'ai 

1861 581 

Wang Seng-ch'ien Wang Sui 

1392 1384 

Wang Shao Wang Szu-lien 

im IS-* 

1379 858 

Wang Shih Wang Ta-hung 

If^ lAift 

1004 1213 

Wang Shih-ch'ung Wang T'ai 

I*5t I^ 

686 1872, 1873 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



693 



Wang T'an 



■— 1— ><& 






1389 
Wang T'an-shih 

1373 
Wang T'an-shou 

4- v^ Q 

1389 
Wang Tao 

1349 
Wang Tao-chen 



i*^ 



1471 
Wang Tao-cheng 

Xiti 

1100 
Wang T'ien 

1385 
Wang Ting 

735, 1113 
Wang T'ing 



iSi 



1482 
Wang T'ing-chu 

1056 
Wang T'ing-yiin 

831 



Wang To 

Xtl 

1436, 1439 
Wang Ts 'ao-chih 

1375 
Wang Tseng 

785 
Wang Tso-ch'en 

1943 
Wang Ts'ung-chou 

916 
Wang Tun 



ir^ 



1350 
Wang T'ung-hsin 

360 
Wang Tung-shan 

1870 
Wang Tzu-chiang 

1971 
Wfing Tzu-ying 

1463 
Wang Wei (Mo-chieh) 

X^4 

1011, 1113. 1114, 1875 



694 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Wang Wei-yiieh 

735 
Wang Yen 

Zii 

28 
Wang Yen-ch'ao 

757, 758 
Wang Yin-nung 

art 

621 
Wang Yii 

1010 
Wang Yii-chia 

J it A 

1454 
Wang Yiian-li 

334 
Wang Yiin 



in-' 



1393 
Wang Yiin-chung 

809 
Wang Yiin-feng 

980 
Wang Yiin-lien 

1140 



Wang Yung 

952 
Wei 

H 

937 
Wei (Mrs.) 

707 
Wei (fu-jen) 

1417 
Wei Chen 

989 
Wei Chen-kang 

1553, 1554 
Wei Cheng 

1294 
Wei Ch'in 

868 
Wei Chiin 



ti'^ 



727 
Wei Heng 

ttf'l-i 

1359 
Wei Jo-wang 

1193 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



Wei Kuan 

1358 
Wei K'uang-tsan 



t 



697 
Wei Ling-ts'ang 



^.■<s ^ 



'^m. 



357 
Wei Mo 

697, 707 
Wei Pai-tu 



m^^i 



380 
Wei Shu 

698 
Wei Tuan 

698 
Wei Wu 

']4'l-l 

784 
Wen-ch'eng (Pei Wei) 

410 
Wen Cheng-ming 

1468. 1802 
Wen Ch'un 

1126 



Wen Hsiang-feng 

1140 
Wen-hsiao wang (Tung Chin) 

1332 

Wen Hsien 

720 
Wen T'ien-hsiang 

1243 
Wen Tzu-chih 

1126 
Weng Fang-kang 

94, 285, 286, 659, 814, 1250, 1251, 
1794, 1796, 1804, 1840, 1847 

Wu (empress) 

5t 

727 
Wu (family) 

234-252, 1796, 1812, 1813, 1944 
Wu Ch'ang-shih 

1990 
Wu Ch'eng 

1890 



696 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Wu Chih-fang Wu Jung 

1160 239 

Wu Chih-heng Wu Jung-kuang 

1487 1844 

Wu Chii Wu Keng-mei 

815, 1740 514 

Wu Ho Wu Liang 



i'<^ 



^^^ 



1488 969 

Wu Hou-sheng Wu Lo-san 

1308, 1567 1603 

Wu Hsia-ch'ang Wu Mieh-ming 

925 378 

Wu Hsiian-chao Wu Pan 

628 238 

Wu I Wu Pang-tso 

317 922 

Wu Jen-p'ei Wu Ping 

1073 863 

Wu Jih-chang Wu Shan-fu 

1988 1251 

Wu Jo-han Wu Shih-chien 

1154 1990 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



697 



Wu Shou-ch'ien 


WuTsun 


^ "7 4^ 


^A 


1902, 1905 


969 


WuTa 


Wu T'ung-wei 


*d. 


^>«,& 


1312, 1313 


676b. 695 


Wu Tao-tzu 






Wu Yiian-chi 


^A^ 


^ru-^ 


898. 1047, 1449, 1568 






736, 1896 


WuTe-ch'eng 






Yang 


^'i&U. 




794 


Wu-ti (Chin) 


354, 476. 477 


. j^ 


Yang (Lady) 


1325 




Wu-ti (Han) 


442 


213 


Yang (nee) 
4^ 


Wu-ti (Liang) 


637 


1336, 1769 


Yang A-tsu 


+IRffl 


Wu-ti (Tung Chin) 


501. 502 


5t^ 


Yang An-hsiang 


1333 
Wu T'ing-kuei 




i^iiii 


389 
Yang An-te-lo 


1311 
WuT'ing-tsu 




^*4f-^ 


1194 
Yang, Andreas 


761 


1194 


Wu Tsu-ch'ien 


Yang Chen-lin 


g.'tl*t 


mkM 


1039 


1432 



698 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Yang Ch'eng-ho 


Yang Kuang-sheng 


MMi^ 


±^^J^ 


699 


1261 


Yang Chi-sheng 


Yang Kuei-jung 


m^$; 


-<l^l n ^^ 


881 


629 


Yang Chiin-ying 


Yang Kuo-chen 


mi^ 


?P^ 1^ <^^^ 


1904 


1876 


Yang Ch'un 


Yang Lu 


4?^ 




941 


531 


Yang Fo-la-wei-ya-no 


Yang Ming-yiin 


4l<*^s45t^ 


ilBfl^ 


1205 


500 


Yang Fu-lin 


Yang Ning-shih 


nmi 




1095 


1780 


Yang Hsin 


Yang Pao-sheng 


¥^X 




1390, 1426 


341 


Yang Hsin-D 


Yang Ping-chieh 






596 


991 


Yang Huan 


Yang Po-ch'eng 


nxk 


m^A 


836 


664 


Yang Jung 


Yang Po-fu 




PI it* 


925 


1113 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



699 



Yang Shen 

1000 
Yang Sheng 

351 
Yang Szu-ch'ang 

L>0 X73 ^ 

4^ mi ^ 

1134. 1135 
Yang Szu-chin 

731 
Yang Szu-ho 

437 
Yang Szu-li 

448 
Yang Ta-yen 

386 
Yang T'ien-ch'iian 

± 

531 
Yang Ts'ai-lung 

1835 
Yang Wen-ch'ang 

832 



n^^ 



Yang Wen-hsiu 

1895, 1979 
Yang Ying 

^"^^ 
846 
Yang Ying-chung 

1907 
Yang Yu-lun 

650 
Yang Y<i-ch'ang 

^"1 T ^ 
1644 
Yang Yii-p'u 

1315, 1318 
Yang Yung 

739 
Yao Chin 

634 
Yao H si-fan 

1861 

Yao-pei 

law 



700 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Yao Ti Yen (family) 

793 691 

Yen Chen-ch'ing 

440 

583, 676a, 679, 680, 684-686. 690, 

YaoTu-lii 691, 737, 738, 768, 804, 1565, 



mA ^2 



1777, 1904 
Yen Feng 



25 

Yao Yen 3f I X^ 



812 

Yao Yiian-ching 

728 
Yeh (governor) j^ e 



87 
Yen Hsiu 

790 
Yen Hui 



Yen Shih-D 

499 
Yen Shih-ku 



182 
Yeh Ch'i-chiao 

1717 
Yeh-shih-li 

586 
923 

Yeh Tsung-hsiao Ou-se-pi-a ^en Shou-chih 

1165 1226 

Yeh Wen-chvi Yen-t'ing 

1001 1289 



653, 665, 845, 894, 1550, 1686, 
1716, 1809 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



701 



Yen T'ing-chih 

658b 
Yen Yen 

896 
Yen Ying 

-^ -9; 
245 
Yen Ying 

693 

Yin (family) 

119 
Yin Ch'ien 

802 
Yin Ching-miao 

405 
Yin Chou-kao 

1281 
Yin Chung 

fit 

1117 
Yin Hsiian-tsu 

644 



Yin Hua-hsing 

890 
Yin Hung-hsu 

1220 
Yin Hung-mu 

503 
Yin Lin-chi 

f»* 

1931 
Yin Wen-ts'ao 

853 
Yin Wu-ch'ing 

1051 
Ying Ho 

1865 
Ying-tsung (Ming) 

925, 930, 932, 934, 941 
Yu (prince of Chi-chiin) 

410 
Yu Shih-hsiung 

806, 807 



702 
YuSzu 

814 
Yu Ta-ch'uan 

1832 
Yu (emperor) 



^ 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 
Yiil 



1363 
Yii I-p'eng 

1040 
Yii Liang 



19. 818. 821. 863, 1000, 1026. 1450 
Yii (Mrs.) 

m 

1882. 1935 
Yu Chai 

1038 
Yii Chih-ning 

578. 590. 591, 604 
Yii Ho-ch'ing 

J^ '-7 ^i 

965 
Yii Hsiao-hsien 

f ^ II 
692 
Yii Hua-t'ing 

1089 
Yii-huang 

866 



yx. vl; 

1362 
Yii-lin t'ieh-mu-erh 

843 
Yii Min-chung 

1639 
Yii Shih-nan 

At* it) 

757, 1401, 1774 
Yii Shu-ch'un 

1977 
Yii Ta-ching 

1828 
Yii Tang 

892 
Yii T'ien-mao 

1320 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



708 



Yii Tzu-chiin 


Yiian Pan-ch 'ien 


t^^il 


m4 + 


887, 947. 950, 951. 964 


853 


Yii Yiian-liang 


Yiian Shih-hung 


^tL* 


:^ i^i 


1362 


1482 


Yiian-chao 


Yiian-sun 


in?? 


7L54 


473 


87 


Yiian Cheng-chi 


Yuan-yii 


lis 


[fii 


766 


1266 


Yiian-ching 


Yueh Chung-ch'i 


S]:1l 


^Mi* 




1676 


924 






Yiieh Fei 


Yiian Fan 




I<4| 


^t 




1017, 1018, 1638 


427 






Yun-sheng 


Yiian Hsiang (prince of Pei-hai) 




■tLI^ 


•t» . 




769 


375 






Yiin Yii-ting 


Yiian Hsieh 




^ Mf- 


'Vh^ 


7Z. L 






288 


388 


Yung (prince) 


Yiian-kuang 




■^ vU 


JIL#. 


l]yc 






1530 


473 


Yung-cheng (emperor) 


Yiian-liang 


^X 



1598 



1534. 1536, 1538-1540. 1544. 1545. 
1548. 1551. 1584 



704 
Yung-hsing (prince of) 

891 
Yung Ta-chi 

)fl ^ ^ 

967 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

DD-hui 



D Chao-chi 



NO ^C^ 



758 
D Chih 



514 



'Uj' 



D Pai-lien 

22 
D Shen-yiian 



614 
ao-ch 'eng 

430 
eh-fa 



614 
D Tao-ch'eng 



430 
D Yeh-fa 



622 



INDEX OF TEMPLES, SHRINES, MONASTERIES, 
AND MOSQUES 



An-yiian miao (Jehol) 

1657, 1658, 1715, 1749 



Chang Chia-chuang szu (K'ai-feng) 



%M)t^ 



1849 
Chen-chiao szu (Hangchow) 



i«c4 



1455 
Chen-wu miao (Chia-hsiang) 

102 
Cheng-chiieh szu 

(Wu-t'a szu; Hsi-shan) 

1645, 1646 
Cheng-fa szu (P'an-shan) 



Zit# 



1457, 1458, 1459 
Ch'eng-huang miao (Jehol) 



Chia-fu szu (T'an-che shan) 

1084 

Chieh-t'an szu (Wan-shou szu) 
(Hsi-shan) 



5ttii# 



735, 927, 952, 958, 1037, 1052, 
1085. 1477, 1576, 1585, 1599, 1603, 
1626, 1651, 1666, 1705, 1706, 1719, 
1756, 1884, 1973 

Ch'ien-fu szu (Hsi-an) 

587, 676a, 676b, 695 
Chin-t'ien w£uig tz'u (Hua-yin hsien) 

679 
Ch'ing-chen szu (Canton) 



ii%^ 



1270, 1271, 1710, 1758, 1864, 1882, 
1887, 1921, 1924, 1935, 1980 



1701-1704 



Ch'ing-chen szu (Fu-ch'eng) 
1118. 1858 



705 



706 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Ch'ing-chen szu (Hsi-an) Ching-lung kuan (Hsi-an) 

875-877, 1022, 1028, 1032, 1033, 641 

1124, 1276, 1277, 1547, 1898, 1899 Ch'iu Ch'u-chi Shrine 

Ch 'ing-chen szu (K 'ai-feng) f[p J^ :^^ ^J.i] ^ ^"J' £@ 

i J i ■% 1955, 1963 

1482, 1647, 1648, 1755, 1762, 

1879-1881, 1902, 1913, 1915, 1925, pa-hua szu (Shao-hsing) 
1982 
Ch'ing-chen szu (T'ai-an fu) >^^-^ ^ :i 



;**# 



■4i±^ 



656 
Fa-tsang szu (P'an-shan) 



1268, 1636 ^ 

Ch'ing-chen ta-szu (Hsi-an) "t^t^ ^ 

:i: ^ ^ + 967 

- -"g -Ts- y\. ~7 Pa.y^ g2u (P'u-t'o shan) 
1895 
Ch'ing-ching szu (Hsi-an) ^-^ irjr] ■=^ 

:± -<^^ 1504, 1507, 1508, 1528 

•^^ ^^ "T Fa-yiian szu (Peking) 
1001 
Ching-chu szu (Hsi-an) it :!>^ ^ ( O^ i]^^ ^ ) 



1759, 1760, 1840, 1865 



545 

Ch'ing-ch'iian szu (Hsi-an) Hai-yin szu (T'ai-wu shan) 

495 1143 

Ch'ing-feng szu (P'an-shan) Han t'ai-shih miao 

1456 813 

Ch'ing-hsiu szu (Hsi-an) Han Wen-kung tz'u (Ch'ang-h) 

--J? t'^ ^ f-^ X ^ -Jv^ 

878, 1005, 1103 33 

Ching-i tz'u (Tainan) Hsi-chu szu (Peking) 

1841, 1894 971 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



707 



Hsi-yii szu (Peking) 

491 

Hsiao-t'ang shan shih-shih 

108-112, 796 

Hsiao Tung-ying ch'ing-chen szu 
(Fo-shan chen) 

1274. 1275. 1857. 1869. 1883. 1889, 
1897, 1917, 1918 

Hsien-chii szu 



391 



4 



Hsin-chieh ch'ing-chen szu (K'ai-feng) 

1941, 1975 

Hsin-hsing-fang ch'ing-chen szu 
(Hsi-an) 

1132 
Hsiu-chen kuan (Feng-hsiang fu) 

#*& 

572 
Hsiu-yiin szu (Hsi-shan) 

832-834, 1537, 1572, 1573, 1586, 
1598. 1639, 1674, 1744, 1838, 1938, 
1945, 1950, 1969 

Hsii-mi-fu-shou miao (Jehol) 
1720, 1721, 1746 



Hsiian-miao kuan (Wu-hsien) 

854 
Hua-shan miao 

272, 273, 363, 1295 
Hua-t'a szu (Hsi-an) 

722, 727, 728 
Hua-tu szu (Hsi-an) 

608 
Huai-sheng szu (Canton) 

1987 
Huai-yiian miao 

863 
Huang Shih-kung tz'u 

687, 688 
Huang-szu (Peking) 

1432, 1433, 1486, 1652. 1745, 1752, 
1753 

Hui-chii szu 

822 
Hui-shan szu (Teng-feng) 

<^ ^ 4 
474 



708 



FIELDI ANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Hung-chia miao (Chia-hsiang) 


Kuang-chai szu 


i^.tim 




106 


728 


Hung-chiao szu (Fan-chou) 


Kuang-hui szu (Peking) 


^l^# 


;« -3- ^ 


511 


1040, 1041, 1049 




Kuang-jen szu (Hsi-an) 



Hung-fu szu (Chia-hsiang) 

98 
Hung-jen szu (Chan-t'an szu, Peking) 

1532, 1640-1643 
K'ai-fu szu (Peking) 



flf^4 



997 
Kuan-miao (Chia-hsiang) 



100, 101 
Kuan-ti miao (Chang-hua hsien) 



m^Mi 



1549 
Kuan-ti miao (Tsou-hsien) 



\^\ 



115 
Kuan-ti szu (Peking) 

1073, 1931 
Kuan-yin fang (Chia-hsiang) 






lf-# 



1518 
K'ung-miao (An-yang) 



87 
K'ung-miao (Chengtu) 

845, 894-902. 1139 
K'ung-miao (Chi-ning chou) 



Mi 



94, 96, 229, 232, 233, 265, 266, 276, 
283, 284, 289, 290, 307, 309, 312, 
313, 933, 1242, 1794, 1804 
K'ung-miao (Ch'ii-fu) 



^im 



114, 258, 261-263, 270, 271, 274, 
275, 277-279, 309, 417, 418, 456, 
457, 465, 520, 653, 665, 689, 721, 
749, 781, 782, 811, 1019, 1074, 
1075, 1238, 1247-1253, 1295, 1321, 
1452, 1476, 1564, 1588, 1620-1624, 
1761, 1809, 1847 

K'ung-miao (Hsi-an) 



^im 



108 



20, 21, 34, 522, 558, 559. 580. 582. 
590. 592. 617. 624-626, 638, 645. 
649. 654. 655. 662, 664, 669, 670, 
672, 676a, 676b, 677, 683, 691, 694, 
695, 667-699, 701-703, 705-707, 
710, 712, 720, 725, 737, 738, 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



709 



756-759. 761-766. 768-771. 773. 
775-778, 780a. 780b, 783. 784, 787. 
788. 790. 801, 806, 808. 812. 817. 
820. 821. 823-825. 829. 835. 837. 
846. 848. 862. 864-866. 870. 871. 
879. 884-890. 892. 893. 906. 908. 
909. 916. 919, 920. 939, 947-950, 
964, 965, 968, 979, 980. 990. 996, 
1006-1009. 1015. 1016. 1020, 1024, 
1036, 1042-1045. 1047. 1051. 1053. 
1054. 1057. 1061. 1062, 1066-1068, 
1073, 1076, 1078-1083, 1091-1093, 
1095, 1096, 1102, 1105, 1115, 1117, 
1121-1123, 1126, 1134, 1135, 1140. 
1239. 1244. 1245. 1258-1260. 1267. 
1283. 1285-1287. 1289-1294. 1301. 
1303. 1304, 1309, 1311, 1313, 1436, 
1441-1444, 1446-1451. 1453. 1454. 
1463. 1465. 1468-1472. 1475. 1484. 
1487-1494. 1497-1499. 1500. 1502, 
1506. 1517. 1524-1527. 1529. 1536. 
1541. 1550. 1552. 1554, 1555. 1570. 
1577, 1582, 1597, 1600-1602, 1637. 
1708. 1793. 1795. 1827. 1850. 
1853-1856. 1874. 1890. 1906. 1914. 
1974 
K'ung-miao (Huang-hsien) 

421 
K'ung-miao (Li-shui) 

287 
K'ung-miao (P'ing-tung shih. Taiwan) 

1936, 1937 
K'ung-miao (Ta-li) 



K'ung-miao (Tung-p'ing) 



^im 



^im 



731 
K'ung-miao (Tainan) 

1852 



113,288,785 
K'ung-miao (Yen-shih) 

648 
K'ung-miao (Yiieh-ch'ih) 

1004 
Kuo-shan szu (Peking) 

565 
Kuo-tzu-chien (Peking) 

ij^ J an. 

930. 1240. 1241. 1476, 1483. 1511. 
1512. 1539. 1540. 1571. 1581. 1590, 
1611. 1634. 1635. 1669. 1681. 1711, 
1712. 1791. 1805-1808, 1867, 1981 

Li Ching an (Wan-sung szu) 

1136-1138 
Li-pai szu (Hangchow) 

972 
Li-pai szu (Hsi-an) 

1679 
Li-pai szu (Hsien-ning) 

937 



710 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Li-pai szu (Peking) 

38, 849. 850, 974-977, 1109, 1110. 
1654, 1655, 1829, 1977 
Ling-ch'iian fo szu 



t7tf^ 


t 


921 






Ling-kuan miao (Peking) 


$ 


^f^ 




874. 


985 




Ling-yen 


szu (Ch 


'ang-ch'ing) 








666 






Ling-yin 


szu (Hangchow) 






26, 748, 795, 810, 843, 856, 981, 
1038, 1089, 1822, 1823, 1844, 1872, 
1873. 1911. 1926. 1965. 1972 
Lii Ch'un-yang tz'u (Peking) 






1035, 1107, 1108 
Lung-ch'tian szu (T'an-che shan) 



ii*# 



926 
Lung-hsing kuan (I-hsien) 



imu 



659 
Lung-hsing szu (Cheng-ting) 

858 
Lung-jui kung (Shao-hsing) 

573 



Lung-shan szu (Taipei) 

f iiJ-j ^ 

1866 
Lung-wang miao (Hsi-shan) 



iiLM 



966, 1466, 1538, 1569 
Lung-yang kuan 

847 



■^Ll^f 



Ma-tsu kung (P'eng-hu) 

1101 
Miao-hsiang (Shao-hsing) 

348 
Miao-ying szu (Pai-t'a szu; Peking) 

1480, 1481, 1557, 1558, 1605, 1606, 
1789 



Nan-ch'eng ch'ing-chen szu 

(also Ch'eng-nan ch'ing-chen szu. 
Canton) 



1^ii:^i 4 



1834, 1835, 1885, 1886, 1907, 1949 
Nan-ch'eng szu (Canton) 



i$)M4 



1910, 1919, 1976 
Nan-chiang t'ang (T'ai-an f^) 



#ii^:^ 



1912 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



711 



Nan-sheng szu (Canton) 



P'u-chi szu (P'u-t'o shan) 



1888 
Pai-lin szu (Peking) 

1627, 1628 
Pai-t'a szu 

559 

Pai-yiin kuan 

1798-1800. 1862, 1900, 1946, 
1955-1958, 1959-1964, 1971 
P'an-ku szu (P'an-shan) 



:&^ 



O 



1514-1516, 1521, 1575, 1604, 1668, 
1684 
Pao-tsang szu (Taipei) 

1811, 1832 
Pei fang (Peking) 



it± 



1953, 1954 
Pi-yiin szu (Hsi-shan) 

1587, 1591-1595 
P'ing-wang miao (Wei-chou) 



^i. 



793 
P'u-chao szu (Peking) 

940, 970 






S4 



872. 1509. 1528, 1551 
P'u-chiieh szu (Wo-fo szu, Hsi-shan) 

#*# m^^ 

1548. 1757, 1790, 1797, 1801. 1820. 
1824 
P'u-jen szu (Jehol) 

1522, 1523. 1608. 1650. 1653. 1664, 
1682. 1685 
P'u-lo szu (Jehol) 

1670-1673 
P'u-ning szu (Jehol) 

^^■^ 
^ T U 

1612-1619. 1630-1633 
P 'u-t 'o-la szu (Pu-ta-la, P 'u-t 'o tsung- 
sheng miao; Jehol) 

1687-1690 
P'u-t'o szu (P'u-t'o shan) 

1094 

San-sheng miao 

1050 
Shan-i fang (K'ai-feng) 

4 ft J: 

1968 



712 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Shan-kan ch'an-yuan (Hsi-an) 

794 
Shan-kuo szu (Peking) 

^^^^ 

955, 960-963. 982, 983, 1142. 1307, 
1308, 1445, 1473, 1474. 1566, 1567, 
1610, 1802, 1803 
Shang-fang szu (P'an-shan) 



-i^^ 



991, 1923 
Shao-lin szu (P'an-shan) 



i^#4 



1063. 1266 
Sheng-an szu (Peking) 

1069. 1070. 1072 
Sheng-kuo szu (Peking) 

928, 929, 934. 935 
Sheng-shou szu (Chia-hsiang) 

99 
Sheng-yin szu (Chekiang) 

1718 
Shih-chi szu 

670 
Shou-yang szu 

359 



Shu hsien-chu miao 

831 
Shun-t'ien hsing-kuo kuan (Chou-shih) 

786 
Ta-chiieh szu (Hsi-shan) 



^^# 



732, 733, 873, 921, 923, 925, 931, 
932, 941, 953, 957, 1530. 1584, 
1661, 1662, 1675-1677 
Ta-hsing shan szu (Hsi-an) 



±^^^ 



693 
Ta-lung-shan hu-kuo szu (Hsi-shan) 

^PJ: 4 till 4 

987 
Ta-yxin szu (I-shih) 

724 
T'ai-ch'ing kung (Pao-tzu ho) 

1111 

T'ang tz'u (Wu-kung hsien) 



1131 
T'ao-chou t'ing 



* ^'1 



1649 
Teng t'ai-wei tz'u 

329 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



718 



Teng-tz 'u szu 

>r.V 



% E # 



471 
T'ien-ch'eng szu (P'an-shan) 

1055, 1056, 1065. 1127-1130, 1574, 
1580, 1908, 1909 
T'ien-chu fang (Peking) 

1966, 1967 
T'ien-ning szu (Ch'ang-chou) 

1833 
Ts'ang Chieh miao 

267 
Tsun-ch'ung tao-ching szu (K'ai-feng) 

986 
Tu kung-pu tz'u 

964 
Tung szu (K'ai-feng) 

*^ 

1849 
Tung-ta szu (K'ai-feng); 
also: Ta-tung szu 



Tving-yiieh miao (Peking) 

859 
Tz'u-en szu (Ch'ang-an) 



%^^ 



568, 569, 599, 601, 618, 1254, 1255, 
1934 
Tz'u-yu kung (Taipei) 



^U^ 



1263 
Tz'u-5ain szu 

1434 
Wan-shou szu 

927, 958, 1052, 1085, 1603 
Wan-sung szu (P'an-shan) 



i^^i;-% 



16, 1136-1138, 1281, 1519, 1520, 
1750, 1810, 1819, 1871, 1901, 1943 
Wang Wei tz'u (Lan-t'ien hsien) 



I-iim 



1113, 1875 
Wen-ch'iian miao (Hsi-shan) 



^aaX- 



1625, 1951 
Wen-shu szu (K'ai-feng) 



t^^ ±t.^ 5L*# 



1905, 1952 
Timg-ying ch'ing-chen szu 

1843. 1848, 1916 



1876, 1902, 1979 
Wo-fo szu (P'u-chiieh szu; Hsi-shan) 



1548. 1824 



714 FIELDIANA: 

Wo-lung szu (Hsi-an) 



Eii# 



914. 915, 917 
Wu Liang tz'u 

(Tzu-yiin shan, Shantung) 

234-252, 1796, 1812, 1813, 1944 
Yen-p'ing chiin-wang tz'u (Tainan) 

1243, 1284, 1930 
Yen shih chia-miao 

691 
Yen-shou an (Peking) 

1922 
Yen-tzu tz'u (Ch'vi-fu) 

1686, 1716, 1809 
Yiian-shuai-yeh miao 

(Kao-hsiung hsien, Taiwan) 

1845 



ANTHROPOLOGY 

Yiieh Fei Shrine (Hangchow) 



1017, 1018 
Yiin-chao szu (P'an-shan) 



t¥4 



1100, 1559. 1583, 1607, 1609, 1870 
Yung-chien shih t'ang 

229 
Yung-ho kung (Peking) 

1578, 1579, 1815-1818 
Yung-shou szu (Fu-ch'eng) 

39-42, 1269, 1533, 1859, 1860, 1903 

(T'ang temple near Ch'iung-lai) 
546-557. 718 



INDEX OF PROVENIENCES 

Anhwei 

Tang-t'u hsien 

1939 
Chekiang 

1718 
Hangchow 

26, 748, 795, 810, 843, 856, 972, 973, 981, 1017, 1018, 1038, 1089, 
1455, 1747, 1822, 1823, 1844, 1872, 1873, 1911, 1926, 1932, 
1965, 1972 

Hu-chou 

680 

Kuei-ch'i (Shao-hsing) 

814 
P'u-t'o shan 

15, 27, 872, 1094, 1264, 1265, 1504, 1507-1509, 1528, 1551, 1927 
Shao-hsing hsien 

85, 221, 348, 573, 656, 805, 999, 1026, 1485, 1589, 1842 
Wu-hsing 

855, 1990 

715 



716 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Fukien 

T'ai-wu shan 

1143 
Wu-chiang 

1145 



Honan 

12, 459 

An-yang hsien 

87, 792 
Chang-te 

506 
Chi-hsien 



i. 



86 

Chi-5aian hsien 

863 

Fan-shui hsien 

471 
Ju-ning fu 

736 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 717 

K'ai-feng 

29, 37, 298, 789, 969, 986, 1462, 1464, 1482, 1647, 1648, 1754, 
1755, 1762, 1849, 1876, 1879-1881, 1902, 1905, 1913, 1915, 
1925, 1928, 1929, 1941, 1952, 1968, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1983 

Lo-yang 

81, 442 
Lao-chiin tung 

374 
Lung-men 

5-11, 333, 334, 339-345, 355, 357-359, 361, 364-366, 369, 370, 
372, 373, 375, 379-386, 388-390, 392, 393, 395-399, 402-406, 
409, 410, 412-416, 420, 424-428, 435, 436, 440-453, 472, 
541, 544, 593-598, 602, 603, 605-607, 610-615, 621, 622, 
631, 635, 647, 673, 723, 729, 779 

Ts'un-ku ko 

406 

Szu-shui hsien 

586 

Teng-feng hsien 

469, 474 
Wu-an hsien 

460 



718 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Yen-shih hsien 



317, 429, 467, 470, 648 
Yung-yang hsien 

286, 419 



Hopeh 

1978 
An-p'ing hsien 

407 

Ch'ang-li 

\^ ^^ 

33 

Ch 'ang-p ' ing hsien 

1323, 1437, 1438, 1440, 1792, 1839 
Cheng-ting hsien 

858 
Ch'ing-ytin 



473 

Cho-hsien, Cho-chou 

831 

Fang-shan hsien 

642, 643, 652, 660 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 719 

Fu-ch'eng 

39-42, 1118, 1269, 1533, 1858, 1860, 1903 
I-hsien, Lung-hsing kuan 

669 

Nan-p'i hsien 

408 

P'ao-tzu ho 

1111 

Peking 

38, 57, 77, 491, 510, 518, 535, 732, 733, 804, 822, 849, 850, 859, 
873, 874, 921, 923-925, 928, 929, 930-932, 934, 935, 940, 941, 
946, 953-955, 957, 960-963, 970, 971, 974-977, 982-985, 989, 
997, 1013, 1014, 1025, 1035, 1039-1041, 1049, 1058, 
1069-1073, 1086, 1104, 1107-1110, 1142, 1240, 1241, 1256, 
1257, 1288, 1307, 1308, 1432-1434, 1445, 1460, 1461, 1473, 
1474, 1476, 1480, 1481, 1483, 1486, 1505, 1510-1512, 1530, 
1532, 1534, 1539, 1540, 1542, 1543, 1548, 1557, 1558, 
1565-1567, 1571, 1578, 1579, 1581, 1584, 1587, 1590-1595, 
1605, 1606, 1610, 1611, 1625, 1627, 1628, 1634, 1635, 
1640-1643, 1645, 1646, 1652, 1654-1656, 1661-1663, 1669, 
1675-1677, 1681, 1711, 1712, 1722-1743, 1745, 1752, 1753, 
1757, 1759, 1760, 1763-1791, 1797-1803, 1805-1808, 
1815-1818, 1820, 1824, 1829, 1837, 1840, 1861, 1862, 1865, 
1867, 1900, 1922, 1931, 1934, 1946, 1951, 1953-1964, 1966, 
1967, 1971, 1977, 1981, 1984, 1985 

Cheng-fu szu cemetery 
1185-1236 



720 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Hei-lung fan 

Mlit 

966, 1064, 1090, 1302, 1466, 1538, 1569, 1629, 1709, 1814, 
1821, 1825, 1826, 1830, 1831 

Hsi-shan, Hsiang-shan hsiang 

xSuL %X^t^ 

987 
Ma-an shan 

.ill* J. 

735, 927, 952, 958, 1037, 1052, 1085, 1477, 1576, 1585, 1599, 
1603, 1626, 1651, 1666, 1705, 1706, 1719, 1756, 1884, 1973 

P'an-shan 

16, 565, 589, 967, 991, 992, 1055, 1056, 1063, 1065, 1100, 
1127-1130, 1136-1138, 1266, 1280, 1281, 1456-1459, 1478, 
1479, 1514-1516, 1519-1521, 1559-1563, 1574, 1575, 1580, 
1583, 1604, 1607, 1609, 1665, 1668, 1683, 1684, 1750, 1810, 
1819, 1870, 1871, 1901, 1908, 1909, 1923, 1943 

Shala cemetery 

1146-1184 
T'an-che shan 

832-834, 926, 1084, 1537, 1572, 1573, 1586, 1598, 1639, 1674, 
1744, 1838, 1938, 1945, 1950, 1969 

P'ing-ku hsien 

4, 882, 1087, 1088, 1097, 1133 
Sha-ho hsien 

686, 690 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 721 



Yiian-shih hsien 

269 

Yung-nien hsien 

1030 
Lou shan 

208 



Hunan 

1535 
Ch'ang-sha 

818 



Japan 

1246 

Okinawa, Ryiikyii Museum 

978 
Tokyo 

681, 1991 

Jehol 

1522, 1523, 1608, 1612-1619, 1630-1633, 1650, 1653, 1657, 1658, 
1664, 1670-1673, 1682, 1685, 1687-1704, 1715, 1720, 1721, 
1746, 1749 

Kansu 

1751 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Ch'eng-hsien 

280, 281 
P'ing-liang hsien 

1988 
T'ao-chou 

674, 1649 
Kiangsi 
Kuang-hsin fu 

1237 
Nan-ch'eng hsien 

685 
Kiangsu 

Ch'ang-chou 

1833 
Chii-jung 

314 

Li-shui hsien 

287 

P'i-hsien (P'i-chou) 

475 
Wu-hsien 

854, 1863 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 723 



Yang-chou, Kan-ch'iian shan 



213 



Kwangsi 

Fan-chou 

511 
Kwangtung 

1970 
Canton 

1270-1273, 1710, 1758, 1834, 1835, 1864, 1882, 1885-1888, 1907, 

1910, 1919-1921, 1924, 1935, 1947, 1949, 1976, 1980, 1987 
Fo-shan chen 

1274, 1275, 1843, 1848, 1857, 1869, 1883, 1889, 1897, 1916-1918 



Shansi 

1896 
Chin-chou 

403 

I-shih hsien 

724 

Lin-fen hsien 

515 

P'u-pan ch'eng 

431 



724 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Szu-chou (near Hsin-hsien) 

li'H] (near j^|i) 

371 

Ta-t'ung, Yiin-kang 

367 

Wen-hsi hsien 

463 
Wen-hsien 

403 

Shantung 

32, 88-90, 226, 454, 498, 671 
Ch'ang-ch'ing hsien 

666 

Chang-ch'iu hsien 

588 

Chia-hsiang hsien 

97-107, 1796, 1812, 1813, 1944 
Chia-hsiang hsien, Tzu-yiin shan 

234-252 
Chi-ning chou 

93-96, 227, 229, 232, 233, 265, 266, 276, 283, 284, 289, 290, 307, 
312, 313, 933, 1242, 1794, 1804 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 726 



Chu-ch 'eng hsien 



'^ TPil \U% 



78 
Ch'u-fu 

114. 258, 261-263, 270, 271, 274, 275, 277-279, 309, 417, 418, 456, 
457, 465, 520, 653, 665, 689, 721, 749, 781, 782, 811, 1019, 
1074, 1075, 1238, 1247-1253, 1279, 1295, 1321, 1452, 1564, 
1588, 1620-1624, 1686, 1716, 1761, 1809, 1847 

Fei-ch'eng hsien 

302, 468 

Hsiao-t'zing shan 

108-112, 796 
Hsia-ch'iu hsien (near Tzu-yang hsien) 

708 

Hsin-t'ai hsien 

318 

Hsii-ch'eng hsien 

809 

Huang hsien 

421 
I-chou fu 

91, 297 



726 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Lai-chou 

566 

Li-ch'eng hsien 

368, 503 
Li-ch'iian 

578 
Liang-ch'eng 

88 

Nan-wu-yang hsien 

222 
T'ai-an fu 

774, 1119, 1120, 1268, 1544, 1545, 1636, 1912 
T'ai-shan 

82 

T'ien-chu shan 

401 

Tsou-hsien, Pai-yang-shu ts'un 

115 

Tung-a hsien, Ku-ch'eng shan 

*Rii Hi* J. 

687, 688 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 727 

Tung-p'ing chou 

113,785 
Tung-p'ing hsien 

288, 739, 802, 803 
Wei-chou, Ch'ang-lo 

793 
Shensi 

79, 80, 116, 118. 827, 1050, 1556, 1596 
Ch'ang-an 

^^ 

609, 711, 1254, 1255 
Ch'ien-chou 

■ji| 

826 

Chou-chih hsien 

_^3D. /-i- xp.'!^ 

574, 585, 661, 668, 746, 747, 751, 755, 786, 791, 797-799, 815, 

844, 851-853, 1002 
Fu-p'ing hsien 

432 

Ho-yang hsien 

675 
Hsi-an fu 



^^M 



v 

3, 17, 18, 20, 21, 34-36, 43, 44, 47, 66-76, 117, 119-142, 188, 211, 
214-217, 255, 256, 291, 296, 299, 300, 305, 306, 308, 310, 311, 
320, 330, 331, 346, 347, 350-353, 356, 360, 376-378, 391, 394, 
400, 411, 422, 423, 430, 434, 437, 438, 478, 479-482, 484-490, 



728 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

492-497, 500, 501, 504, 505, 507-509, 513, 516, 517, 521-534, 
536-540, 543, 545, 558, 559, 563, 564, 568-572, 575-577, 580, 
582, 584, 587, 590, 592, 599, 601, 608, 616, 617, 619, 620, 
623-629, 633, 634, 636-641, 645, 646, 649, 650, 654, 655, 657, 
658, 658b, 662-664, 667, 669, 670, 672, 676a, 676b, 677, 678, 
682, 683, 691-707, 709, 710, 712-715, 719, 720, 722, 725-728, 
737, 738, 740-745, 752, 753, 756-759, 761-773, 775-778, 780a, 
780b, 783, 784, 787, 788, 790, 794, 800, 801, 806-808, 812, 
817, 820, 821, 823-825, 826b, 828-830, 835-842, 846-848, 861, 
862, 864-871, 875-881, 884-893, 903-912, 914-920, 922, 936, 
939, 942-945, 947-951, 956, 959a, 959b, 964, 965, 968, 979, 
980, 988, 990, 993, 995, 996, 998, 1001, 1005-1009, 1015, 
1016, 1020-1024, 1027, 1028, 1031-1033, 1036, 1042-1048, 
1051, 1053, 1054, 1057, 1059, 1061, 1062, 1066-1068, 1076, 
1077-1083, 1091-1093, 1095, 1096, 1098, 1102, 1103, 1105, 
1106, 1112, 1115-1117, 1121-1126, 1132, 1134, 1135, 1140, 
1239, 1244, 1245, 1258-1262, 1267, 1276, 1277, 1282, 1283, 
1285-1287, 1289-1294, 1296-1301, 1303-1306, 1309-1320, 
1324-1431, 1435, 1436, 1441-1444, 1446-1451, 1453, 1454, 
1463, 1465, 1467-1472, 1475, 1484, 1487-1503, 1506, 1513, 
1517, 1518, 1524-1527, 1529, 1531, 1536, 1541, 1546, 1547, 
1550, 1552-1555, 1570, 1577, 1582, 1597, 1600-1602, 1637, 
1678, 1679, 1680, 1708, 1748, 1793, 1795, 1827, 1850, 1851, 
1853-1856, 1874, 1877, 1890, 1892, 1893, 1895, 1898, 1899, 
1904, 1906, 1914, 1974, 1989, 1994-1997, 1999-2002, 2004, 
2005, 2007, 2008 
Hsien-ning hsien 

937, 938 
Hsien-yang hsien 

591, 644 
Hsin-hsien 

455 

Hua-yin hsien 

679 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 729 

Hua-shan 

272, 273, 439 
Lan-t'ien hsien 

1011, 1099, 1113, 1875 
Lin-yu hsien 

600 

Liieh-yang hsien 

883 
Nan-shan 

31 

Pai-shui hsien 

267, 268 
P'u-ch'eng 

329 

San-yiian hsien 

604 

Ta-li hsien 

731 
T'ung-chou 

618 



730 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Wei-nan hsien 



1060 
Wu-kung hsien 

1131 

Yung-shou hsiang 

716 
Sinkiang 

Pa-li-k'un 

231 
Szechwan 

50-56, 58-65, 143-163, 209, 212, 218, 220, 223-225, 257, 264, 282, 
315, 316, 319, 321, 324-328, 332, 349, 354, 476, 734, 1012, 
1278, 1998 

Chengtu 

189-198, 200, 201, 304, 845, 894-902, 1003, 1034, 1139, 1868, 

1986 
Chia-ting, Ling-yiin shan 

1836, 1891 
Ch'iung-lai 

546-557, 630, 718 
Hua-p'ai fang 

202 
Feng-chieh hsien 

30 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 781 

Hsin-chin 

169, 182, 185, 186, 230 
Pao-tzu shan (Prov. Museum) 

164-168, 170-180, 183, 184, 187, 219, 253, 254 
Hsi-p'u hsien (near P'i-hsien) 

730 

Hua-yang hsien 

322, 323, 816 
Kuang-han 

Mil 

204 
Chou-ts 'un 

203 
K'uei-chou fu, K'ai-hsien 

514 
Lu-chou 

^'j^ -Hi 

-'/an. I 

181, 205 
Lu-shan 

294, 295 

Lu-shan hsien, Ya-chou 

IXii It Mi 

292 



732 FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 

Mou-kung hsien 

^^ -i-'J ^'\^ 

45, 1713, 1714 

Ning-shu chiin (near Hua-yang hsien) 

322, 323 
Pan-pien chieh 

199 

P'eng hsien 

228 

Tzu-chung (Tzu-yang hsien) 

206 

Ya-an hsien 



293 

Yiieh-ch'ih hsien 

1004 

Taiwan 

Chang-hua hsien 

1549, 1846 
Kao-hsiung hsien 



1845 
Nan-t'ou hsien 

1942 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 788 

P'eng-hu hsien 

1101 
P'ing-tung shih 

1936, 1937 
Tainan 

-*- -J- 

-Jim 

1141. 1243, 1284, 1659, 1660, 1667, 1707. 1717, 1841, 1852, 1894, 

1930, 1933 
Taipei 

1144, 1263, 1811, 1832, 1866, 1948 
T'ao-yiian hsien, Shih-men 

1993 



zn 



Yiinnan 

An-ning chou, An-ning hsien 

1000 

Chao-t'ung hsiang 

207 



SUBJECT INDEX 



abbots (P 'an-shan) 1479 

admonitions 780a/b, 1006-1009, 1066, 
1126; (Han Yu) 812 

agreement (an) 38 

albums (see books) 

Amida Buddha 589,1265 

Amitabha 447, 603, 605, 606, 613, 
629, 636, 1014; (portrait) 1048 

An-lan ch 'iao (bridge) 1707 

Arabic inscriptions 38-49, 849, 850, 
861, 922, 973, 977, 1031, 1032, 
1271-1275, 1278, 1533, 1546, 1556, 
1644,1647, 1829, 1879, 1880, 1893, 
1895, 1903, 1918, 1929, 1940, 1970, 
1994-1998, App. 117600, 244886 

AvalokiteSvara 391 

~ayat 39, 42, 46, 1031, 1271-1275 



bamboo (painting) 35-36, 1310, 1496, 
1497, 1526, 1974 

bamboo leaves forming poems 1526 

banners (offers of) 1085 

basin (pottery) 130, 131 

battle 243, 244 

beU (bronze) 641, 923; (iron) 1125, 
1649 

belly-ache 756 

birds 90, 91, 93, 97, 119, 168, 1310 

"Black Barbarians" (hei-fan), surren- 
der of 1254 

bodhi tree 424 

Bodhidharma 870, 1072; (portrait) 
855, 1315-1319 

bodhisattva 500, 636. See also under 
individual names 

books and albums 78, 82, 86, 87, 
270, 271, 273, 286-288, 329, 363, 
369, 373, 401, 403, 407, 408, 419, 



426, 431, 455, 578, 676a, 685, 691, 
760, 814, 831, 857, 863, 1000, 1237, 
1833 

border designs 575, 576, 599, 617, 
638, 670, 683, 705, 708, 714, 715, 
719, 738, 763, 793, 837, 861, 877, 
915, 917, 931, 961, 969, 986, 1001, 
1021, 1022, 1031-1033, 1108, 1118, 
1127, 1128, 1144, 1145, 1262, 1462, 
1464, 1515, 1528, 1556, 1596,1846, 
1849, 1870, 1892, 1893, 1895, 1898, 
1985 

bowl (bronze) 826b 

Boxer uprising 1977, 1978, 1984 

brass 1994 

bricks (see tiles) 

bridge to Chieh-t 'an szu 1884 

bronze 2, 3, 69, 134-139, 211, 255, 256, 
291, 296, 305, 306, 331, 351, 
523-530, 623, 641, 740-745, 826b, 
830, 838-842, 867, 880, 922, 923, 
997, 998, 1060, 1877, 1995-1998, 
2000, 2001, 2003-2007; inscrip- 
tions (Islamic) 1994-1998; objects 
(Shang/Chou) 2003; vessels (Chou) 
2, 3, 1981 

Buddha figures 143; head 959a; image 
338, 519, 536, 716; (Thousand Bud- 
dhas) 545 

Buddhist inscriptions (Ch 'iung-lai) 
546-547, 549-557, 630, 718 

Buddhist society (at Chieh-t 'an szu) 
1576 



calligraphy (texts on) 1296-1299 
campaigns (against rebels) 586; 

(against Wu Ylian-chi) 736; 

(General P 'ei's) 583 



734 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



735 



ICan-skya khutukhtu 1760 

Candi 905 

candidates for office (list of) 1259 

candlesticks 1146; (iron) 140 

canonical text (Tibetan) 64-65 

Catholic church (removal of) 1954, 

1966, 1967 
cave site 367 
cedar (poem) 884 
cedars (planting of) 1044 
cemetery 1148; (for foreign residents) 

1984; (Pa-kua shan) 1846; (plan) 

1985 
censer 47a, 922, 1146 
censors (list of) 655 
Ch 'ang-ch 'ing-ching ching 967 
Chang Hsien 908 
Ch 'ang-li pool 475 
Ch 'ang-shou-hui (association) 1924 
chariot 88, 90, 93. 97, 102, 105-107, 

169, 201 
Cheng-fu szu 1185-1236 
Cheng-fu szu (founding of) 1185 
Ch 'eng Hao (sayings of) 1067 
Cheng-tso-wei t 'ieh (Yen Chen-ch 'ing) 

804 
Chi-ch 'ing t 'ang 1910, 1921 
Ch 'i Tiao-kai (portrait) 897 
Chia-hsiang hsien (10 decorated Han 

stones from) 98-107 
Chia-hsiin (family instructions by Chu 

Hsi) 1541 
Ch'ien-kua 1004 
Ch'ien-lung (50th birthday) 1642- 

16^-3; (70th birthday) 1744 
Ch 'ien-men inscription 1256-1257 
Ch 'ien-tzu-chen 1436 
Ch 'ien-tzu-wen 669, 761-763, 808, 

894-896, 900, 951, 1036, 1092, 1139 
chih-kai (coverstone) 522, 575, 576, 

714, 719, 1003, 1034 
Chin-chin t'ing (Wan-sung szu) 1281 
Chin-ch'uan (campaign against) 1590; 

(pacification of) 1711-1714 
Chin-shih degree 996, 1082 
Ch 'in Shih-huang-ti (assassination of) 

243, 245 
Chin-szu-lu 1506 

Chin-t 'ien-wang tz 'u (visit to) 679 
Ching-i t 'ang chen-pen 857 



Ching river 1024 

Ch 'iu Ch 'u-chi (biography of) 1946 

Cho-shui ferry (Nan-t 'ou hsien) 1942 

Chos-dpal bkra-Sis dpal bzari-po 946 

Chou-chin t 'ang 792 

chrysanthemum 1045; (painting) 35, 
36; (poem) 885, 1289 

Chu-ch 'u fu (Wang Yen) 28 

Ch 'ii chiian-mo wen 1061 

Ch'un-hua Pi-ko fa-t 'ieh 1324- 
1431 

Ch'un-hua t'ieh 1112 

ch 'un tree (painting) 1745 

Chung Li-ch 'iian (portrait) 751 

Chung-nan shan (visit to) 747, 791, 
797-799, 1002 

Chung-p'an valley (P'an-shan) 1280, 
1459 

Chung-yung 1469 

classics (illustrations to) 1237 

cliff site 5, 6, 8-11, 280, 281, 333, 
334, 339-345, 359, 361, 366, 367 
(cave), 369, 373, 389, 390, 392, 393, 
395-399, 401, 402, 404, 405, 409, 
413-416, 420, 425-428, 435, 436, 
440, 441, 443-453, 472, 541, 544, 
594-598, 602, 603, 605, 606, 607, 
610, 611, 613-615, 621, 622, 631, 
635, 647, 673, 723, 729, 779. 883, 
1992 

cloud design 928, 961, 1022, 1031. 
1118. 1127. 1128. 1462. 1556. 1596. 
1846. 1870 

coffer 148. 164. 169. 185-187. 219, 
294, 295 

coffin 144 

coin 523, 2005 

coin charm 524, 525 

collectors: Chao Shih-chiin, 578; 
Ch'eng (Prince), 814; Cheng Chai. 
401; Chuang Chin-tu. 87; Graham, 
50-56, 58-65, 143-187, 189-206, 
219, 223-225. 228, 253, 254, 257, 
282. 294. 295, 315, 316. 319. 
321-328. 332. 339. 349, 354, 475, 
477. 519. 546-557. 717, 718, 1012, 
App. I; Hsiang Yiian-pien, 1308; 
Hsieh An-shan. 578; Hua-hsi ta- 
hsiieh po-wu-kuan. 50-56. 58-65. 
158, 159; Huang I, 1238, 1252; I 



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FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



P'ei-chi, 286; Keng Chao-chung, 
1802; Kuo Tsung-ch 'ang, 1295; Li 
Tsung-t 'ung, 78, 82, 86, 87, 208, 
270, 271. 286, 287, 329, 814; Liu 
Lin-sheng, 288; Royal Ontario 
Museum, 81; Shen Chiin-ch 'u, 373; 
Stough, R.A., 818; Tuan-fang, 78, 
82, 86, 87, 208, 270, 271, 286, 287, 
310, 311, 329; Wang Ching-lien, 
706; Wang I-jung, 363; Wang Shih, 
1004; Weng Fang-kang, 286, 814, 
1250; Wu I, 317; Yang Pai-fu, 
1113; Yen Feng, 87; Yu Szu, 814; 
Yiin Yu-ting, 288 
college (establishment of) 784 
colophons 82, 87, 94, 229, 268, 271, 
286-288, 329, 407, 408, 427, 455, 
514, 578, 592, 659, 768, 790. 804, 
808, 828, 852, 853, 899, 968, 1026, 
1030, 1095, 1112, 1113, 1115, 1140, 
1251, 1436, 1439, 1450, 1465, 1469, 
1473, 1502, 1542, 1597, 1788, 1793. 
1842, 1847, 1865, 1890, 1904 

commemorations: Chang, 1104; Che 
Wan-hsiian, 1988; Cheng family, 
1145; Cheng Tao-chao, 465; Cheng 
Yu-lin, 401; Chiang Hsiang-yen, 
1717; Chih-kuang, 941; Ch 'in Shih- 
huang-ti, 770; Han Jen, 286; Han 
Pei-ch'eng, 1475; Huang Sheng- 
ch'ing, 222; Hua-shan, 1295; Ja, 
44; Kao 1, 293; Ketteler, 1978; Li 
Te-ch'eng, 920; Liu Hsiung. 1249; 
meeting of friends, Han period, 
1795; O K'ai. 1470; P'an Ch'ien. 
287; P'ei Ts'en. 231. 1247, 1555; 
Pi, 1748; Shen Yu-jung, 1101; 
Shih-p'ing, 374; Wang Chih-tzu, 
1248, 1597; Wang Ts'eng, 785; 
Wu Chih-heng, 1487. 

Confucius (biography of) 1074, 1075; 
(disciples) 243-245; (disciples por- 
traits) 901; (invocation to) 781; 
(portraits) 248. 845. 899, 1047, 
1139, 1320, 1552, 1568, 1852; 
(tomb) 1620. 1621; (visiting Lao- 
tzu) 95. 97. 106. 182, 241 

Confucius Temple (Chi-ning) 1804; 
(Ch 'ti-fu— ceremonial equipment) 



261-263; (Ch 'u-fu— temple guard) 
258; (Ch 'u-fu— visit to) 114, 811 
congratulations to Prince of Chao 208 
cotton culture (illustrations of) 1656 
cup 76 



Dalai Lama 1815-1818 

dancers 92 

decorations (from Cheng-fu szu) 1186, 

1187; (from Shala) 1146 
dedication to Holy Angels 1184 
deeds (see donations) 
deer 119, 200 
dharani 14 

dharani sutra 560-567, 639, 709, 1123 
divinities 205 
divinity (female) 160 
donations, deeds, funds 710, 712, 730. 

732, 733, 802, 803, 957, 960, 961, 

1012,1085, 1094, 1142, 1148. 1572. 

1585, 1586, 1598, 1599, 1666, 1674, 

1706, 1810, 1819, 1832, 1838, 1938, 

1843, 1862, 1866, 1901, 1950, 1959, 

1963, 1966, 1969, 1984 
donors (list of) 554. See also votives 
Dragon king 1538, 1569 
dragon motif 292, 514, 733. 1031, 

1118. 1144. 1145. 1462. 1515. 1528, 

1596, 1846, 1866 
dragons 88, 90, 119, 154, 177, 295. 

1262 
dream of emperor Hsiian-tsung 661, 

668, 676a 
Dzungars (pacification of the) 1611. 

1616-1619. 1630-1634. 1670. 1687 



early rubbings 78, 82. 86, 87. 270, 
271, 273 (photolithograph), 286 
(Ming). 288 (Ming). 363 (photo- 
lithograph), 373 (photolithograph), 
401. 403 (photolithograph), 407 
(photolithograph), 408 (photolitho- 
graph), 419 (photolithograph). 427 
(photolithograph), 431 (photolitho- 
graph), 578 (photolithograph), 661 
(Sung?), 685 (photolithograph), 
814 (Sung), 857 (photolithograph), 
1112 (Sung), 1113 (Ch'ing), 1114 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



737 



(Ch 'ing), 1238 (Sung), 1250 (Sung), 
1251 (Sung), 1252 (Sung), 1253 
(Sung), 1295 (Sung), 1865 (Sung), 
1990 (T 'ang copy) 

edicts 784, 848, 918, 919, 958, 1009, 
1019, 1090, 1094, 1126, 1437, 1544, 
1545, 1569, 1596, 1669, 1751, 1947, 
1954, 1967; (re: Mohammedans) 
918, 1544, 1545, 1596, 1751, 1947; 
(re: Pei-t 'ang) 1954, 1967 

education 783, 784 

egrets (painting) 1292 

elephant heads 744 

empress dowager (80th birthday) 
1687-1690 

entertainers 180, 195 

epitaphs: 637; Badr ad-Din b. §ams 
ad-Din, 1031; Chang, 987; Chang 
Ch 'ang-Ch 'iu, 651; Chang Hei-mii, 
431; Chang Tsung, 591; Lady 
Chang Yuan-chung, 677; Ch'an- 
tieh, 953; Chao Wang, 1039; Cheng 
Chi-hsiian, 289, 290, 1794; Ch'eng 
Chiin, 1025; Ch 'eng Hsiu-chi, 720; 
Cheng Ku, 265, 266; Cheng Tao- 
chung, 419; Chien-shou, 847; 
DChih, 514; Chih-kuang, 925; 
Ching, 232, 233; Lady n6e Ch 'iu, 
711; Ch 'i-pi Ming, 644; Lady Cho- 
lu, 663; (from Chou-kung tz 'u), 
648; Chu, 1003; Mrs. Chu, 1034; 
Chu Kuei, 1252; Chvi, 882; Ch'u 
Yen-ylin, 421; Fa-chiin, 735; Fan 
Min, 292; Fang Yen-ch'ien, 588; 
Fa-tsang, 649; Fa-yiian, 638; Feng 
Su, 703; Hai-ch'an, 608; Lady 
Han, 577; Han Chung-liang, 604; 
Han Pao-ts'ai, 625; Ho, 575; Hsia 
Ch'eng, 1030, 1251, 1253; Hsieh 
Kuang, 1013; Hsien Yu, 817; Hsi- 
p'ing, 285; Hsiian-tsang, 704; 
Huang-fu Tan, 590; Jen Ch'eng- 
che, 1503; K 'o-lo-men-la-hsi, 1903; 
K'ung, 259, 260; K'ung Chou, 
270, 271; K'ung Pao, 274; K'ung 
Piao, 278, 279; K'ung Ying-ta, 
578; Kuo Ching-hsiu, 809; Kuo 
T 'ai, 276; Lai Tu, 1542; Lei Hsiin, 
675; Li Ch 'ao, 429; Li Hsiu, 1840; 
Li Jang-niang, 719; Liang Shih- 



liang, 725; Lady Liu, 576; Liu I, 
455; Liu, 846; Liu Ch'eng, 1058; 
Liu T 'ao, 317; Liu Tao-fu, 952; Liu 
Yiieh, 113; Lo Hsiu, 984; Lou 
Shou, 1250; Lu Chiin, 283, 284; Lu 
Wang, 1144; Ma, 1097; Ma 
Ch 'eng, 4; Ma family, 1087, 1088; 
Ma Shih. 1133; Ma Yung-fu, 1851; 
Miao-chi, 924; Pan-tan t'o-szu-pa, 
954; P 'u-k 'o-shu-szu-lien-yeh-sha- 
ch 'i-erh-pu-tang-lo-hsi, 1970; Pu- 
k'ung. 693; Sayyid Ajall, 1021; 
Sun, 822; Mrs. Sun, 318; Sung 
Ching, 686, 690; Sung Ta-fu, 816; 
Sung Yung-kuei, 522; Ta-chih 
ch'an-shih, 658b, 664; T'ang 
Chien, 1854; Tao-yin, 617; Ta-ta-fa- 
shih, 705, 706, 710; Mrs. Ti, 708; 
Tiao Tsun, 408; Ti-wa-ta-szu, 926; 
Tseng Chen-yang, 1141; Ts'ui 
Ching-yung, 407; Tuan, 692; 
Wang, 307, 609; Lady n6e Wang, 
714, 715; Lady Wei, 707; Wei Mo, 
697; Wei Tuan, 698; Wu Jung, 239; 
Wu Pan, 238, 239; Yang Yii- 
chi'ang, 1644; Yu Shih-hsiung, 
807; Yii Hsiao-hsien, 592. See also 
eulogies, 
eulogies: Bodhidharma, 1072; Chang, 
86; Chang Ch'ien, 288; Chang 
Han, 1051; Chang Liu-sun, 859; 
Chang Meng-lung, 417, 418; Ch 'iu 
Ch'ang-ch'un, 1960; Ch'u Chin, 
697; Ch'u Chin, 676b; Chiieh-Uen, 
1049; Ch 'ung-chen emperor, 1438; 
Confucius, 757, 768, 916, 1019, 
1476, 1571; Confucius, Yen Hui, 
653; disciples of Confucius, 1483; 
dream of Hsiian-tsung, 668; Feng 
Ching-hsia, 1527; Hsieh Yiian- 
chmg, 965; Hsing-yin, 1530; Hsu, 
1084; Huai-yiin, 670; K'ou Chun, 
995; Kuan-yin, 914, 1313, 1435, 
1551; Kuan Yii, 34, 909, 1510; 
K'uei-hsing, 1121; kuei tree, 749; 
Kuo Chii, 468; Li Hsi, 280, 281, 
883; Prince Li, 213; Li Ch'eng, 
1453; Li Chung-hsuan, 456, 457; 
Liang Ch 'ing-k 'uan, Wang Yii- 
chia, 1454; Liang Shou-ch 'ien. 



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FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



699; Ling-yen szu, 666; Liao, 
832-834; Liu Chiin a.o., 87; Lou- 
kuan, 815; Lung-shan, 269; Ma 
Yung-fu, 1892, 1893; Meng Hsiao- 
chu, 207; O, 1501; seven Taoist 
masters, 1958; Shao Jun-chih, 667, 
1898; Shou-t'ang, 1266; Ta 'o 
Yuan-ming, 1535; Ta-t 'uan, 
1457-1458; T 'ien-hsien, 1625, 
1951; T'ien I-ch'i, 643; Ts'ao 
Chen, 310, 311; Ts'ao O, 805, 999, 
1589, 1842; Tsung-sheng kuan, 
585; Wang, 1853; Wang Ch'eng- 
en, 1323, 1440; Wang Ch'ung- 
chien, 1460, 1461; Wang Hsi, 
1505; Wang I-ch'eng, 1871; Wang 
K'un-yang, 1962; Wang Po-i, 
1861; Wen-ch'ang ti-chvin, 1122; 
Yang Chi-sheng, 881; Yen Hui, 665; 
Yin Wen-ts 'ao, 853; Yueh Chung- 
ch'i, 1536; Yiieh Fei, 1017, 1018; 
(also see epitaphs) 
eunuchs 961, 962, 975, 989, 1025, 
1058, 1323, 1440 



fa-t'ieh: Chang Hsii, 669, 756; Chao 
Meng-fu, 20, 1900; Ch'en I-hsi 
1542; Ch 'ien Yung, 1842; Ch 'un 
hua Pi-ko fa-t'ieh, 1324-1431 
Huai-su, 800, 806, 951; Kao-tsung 
624; K'uai-hsiieh fang fa-shu 
1722-1743; Kuo Hsiang-ch 'a 
1295; Meng-ying, 761, 765; Ou 
yang Hsiin, 1294; Su Shih, 804 
T'ai-tsung, 624, 871, 1295; Tsa-lu 
Chin T 'ang Wu-tai Sung Yiian fa- 
shu, 1764-1788; Wang Hsi-chih, 
624, 814, 871; Wang To, 1439; Wei 
Cheng, 1294; Yen Chen-ch 'ing, 
583, 684, 685, 691, 737, 1904 

family instructions 1115 

family life (painting) 913 

farm land acquired by Yun-chou 
School 802 

Fei-lai feng (Hangchow) 1844, 1873 

feng-pei 232, 259, 266, 268, 274, 278, 
287, 292 

Fenollosa (portrait) 1991 

ferry regulation 1942 



festivities 193, 194 

filial piety 1453 

fish 157, 316, 745 

fish (painting) 910 

floral designs 754 

flower pot 1261 

Fo-ku piao (Han Yii) 1239 

Fo shuo mo-li chih-t 'ien ching 766 

fo-tien (Hall of Buddha, T 'ien-ch 'eng 

szu) 1908, 1909 
folding fan 1291, 1309 
footprints (Buddha's) 917 
fowling with bows 192 
fu (rhymeprose) 30, 1099, 1283, 1446 
Fu-hsi 167, 178, 244 



garden of imperial preparation for 

worship 115 
gate (illustration) 156 
gatha 778, 929, 1687 
ginkgo trees at Ta-chiieh szu 1661, 

1677 
goblet 881. 1999 
God of literature (portrait) 1122 
God of longevity 750 
governing (essay on) 1242 
grain (acquisition of) 1933 
guardian official 181 
guild regulations 1983 



Han Wen-kung tz 'u (map) 33 

Hangchow (journey to) 1822 

harvest 192 

Hebrew 37 

Hojo pond 978 

horse 102, 106, 116, 148, 170, 196, 

200, 219, 830 
horsemen 90, 116, 164, 169, 201 
horses at tomb of T'ang T'ai-tsung 

1042 
Hou I 168 

house (picture) 92, 226 
Hsi-an (journey to) 1491, 1492 
Hsi-li-ch 'iao (bridge) 883 
Hsi-shih-k 'u (removal of Pei-t 'ang to) 

1953 
Hsi-wang-mu 89, 90, 97, 136, 189, 

230. 240, 243-245, 247, 250 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



739 



Hsi-yii-chi (Record of Western 

Countries) 917 
Hsi-yii t 'ing chi (Su Shih) 1570 
Hsiao-ching 672 
Hsiao-t 'ang shan 108-112, 796 
Hsieh T 'ao (portrait) 1986 
Hsin-ch 'un ju-i lao-hui (New Year Good 

Wishes Assn.) 1706 
hsing-kuan 523 
hsing-kung (Imperial travel lodge, 

P'an-shan) 1560-1563, 1665, 1683 
Hua-ho fu (Hsu Wei) 1542 
Hua-i t 'u 820 
Hua-kao lao-hui (Sakyamuni Assn.) 

1969 
Hua-shan 1637; (plan) 1062, 1499; 

(trip to) 1043 
Huan-su hstian (pavilion) 1079 
hunting scene 88. 97, 198, 202 
Hung-chih yuan (Tainan) 1659, 1660 
Huo-tsu tien (Pai-yiin kuan) 1862 



I-chin chai shu-chiian 1837 

I-min shrine 1841. 1894 

Ili region 1616-1619. 1630-1634 

Imperial concubine 711 

Imperial inscription tablets 1504 

Imperial instruction 783 

Imperial orders (see edicts) 

Imperial visit to: An-yiian miao (Jehol), 
1657. 1658. 1715; Ch'vi-fu. 1476. 
1623. 1624; Chung-p 'an valley, 
1459; Hei-lung fan, 1831; Kuo- 
tzu-chien. 1791; Lang-yeh shan, 
78; Lung-t 'an, 1663; Ming tombs. 
1792; P'an-ku szu. 1514, 1516, 
1521, 1604; P'an-shan, 1574; Pi- 
yiin szu, 1587; P'u-chiieh szu, 
1790, 1801. 1820; P'u-jen szu 
(Jehol). 1650, 1653, 1664. 1682. 
1685; Ta-chiieh szu, 1662; T'ien- 
ch'eng szu (P'an-shan), 1580; the 
West, 1283; Wo-fo szu (P'u-chvieh 
szu), 1824; Yen-tzu tz'u. 1686, 
1716; Yiin-chao szu (P'an-shan), 
1583. 1607, 1609 

Imperial worship at P 'u-jen szu (Jehol) 
1608 



Imperial writings 600, 601, 618, 624, 
641. 659. 769. 774. 845, 871, 921, 
930, 932, 934, 957. 966, 1006-1009. 
1019, 1064. 1134. 1135, 1323, 1440, 
1444, 1460, 1461, 1477, 1481, 1486. 
1488, 1503, 1505, 1508-1511, 1514, 
1518, 1522, 1523. 1536, 1538-1540, 
1548, 1551, 1557-1564, 1568, 1569. 
1571. 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1590- 
1595, 1605, 1606, 1611-1619, 1627, 
1628, 1630-1643, 1645, 1646, 1652, 
1657, 1658, 1668, 1670-1673, 1675, 
1677, 1681, 1687-1698, 1701-1704, 
1708, 1709, 1711-1716, 1718, 1719, 
1745. 1746. 1749. 1752, 1753. 1759. 
1760, 1763, 1797-1799, 1805, 1806, 
1815, 1816, 1867; caUigraphy 1484; 
drawing, 1310; Lan-t 'ing-hsii, 
1485; on fan, 1291; poem, 1459. 
1507, 1515. 1575, 1580, 1581, 1583, 
1587, 1588, 1604, 1607-1609, 1620, 
1621. 1661-1665, 1747, 1761, 1792. 
1800, 1801, 1809, 1839; poems, 
1622-1624, 1629, 1650, 1651, 1653, 
1656, 1682-1686, 1716. 1756, 1757, 
1789-1791. 1814, 1820, 1821. 1824- 
1826. 1830, 1831; style of Mi Fei, 
1443; style of Tung Ch 'i-ch 'ang, 
1442; T'ang verse, 1441; tui-Uen, 
1559 

interior (of a house) 243 
iron 140-142, 1014. 1116. 1125. 1649 
Islam 38-42. 45-49, 1533, 1546, 1678. 
1748. 1859. 1940; bond, 1754; 
bronze inscriptions, 1994-1998; 
decree. 918; edict, 1544, 1596, 
1751. 1947; epitaph. 1851, 1903, 
1970; eulogy, 1892; Hsi-an. 1022, 
1023; Ja ', 44; memorial, 1988; or- 
thodox rules. 1920; proclamation, 
1755, 1762, 1928, 1929; religious 
regulations, 1879; Sayyid Ajall, 
1021; tombs, 849, 850 



jade 2009 

Jan Ch 'iu (portrait) 900 
Jan Keng (portrait) 900 
Jang-szu Ch 'ih (portrait) 895 



740 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



Japanese inscriptions 681, 1246, 1991 
jar (pottery) 71-74, 133, 215, 320 
Jews (genealogical records of) 37 
jug 70 



k 'ai tree (planted by Tzu-kung) 1279 

Kalmuks (pacification of) 1511, 1512 

Kalmuk inscriptions 1257, 1619, 1633 

kan-t 'ang tree (painting) 1890 

K'ang-hsi (60th birthday) 1522, 1523 

Kao-seng chuan (preface) 759 

Kao-wang ching 337 

Ka^yapa Buddha 298 

khor-lo (magic wheel) 56 

Khoshotes 1539 

kitchen 88, 89, 97, 191 

knife money 2008 

K 'ou Chun (portrait) 995 

Ksitigarbha 622, 1116 

K 'uai-hsueh t 'ang fa-shu 1722-1743 

Kuan-yin 488, 869, 903, 904, 914, 

1508, 1509, 1551, 1811, 1877; 

(figure) 342; (portrait) 934, 1059, 

1060, 1070, 1098, 1123, 1312-1314, 

1449, 1463, 1472, 1517, 1718, 1874 
Kuan-yin tung (cave) 1872 
Kuan-yin tzu-sun lao-hui (Hsiu-ytin 

szu) 1950 
Kuan Yii 1549; (portrait) 909, 988, 

1071, 1435, 1513, 1531 
Kuang-shan mi-hui (Kuang-shan Rice 

Assn.) 1585, 1599 
Kuei-ch'ii lai tz'u (T'ao Ch'ien) 1288 
K'uei-hsing 1906; (portrait) 1121 
Kuei Sun (portrait) 899 
kuei tree (planted by Confucius) 749; 

at Confucius tomb (picture) 1452 
K'ung Chung (portrait) 899 
Kung-mi ch'ing-cha lao-hui (Buddhist 

society) 1537 
Kung-sun Lung (portrait) 897 
Kung-tsu (portrtut) 902 



La-ma shuo 1815-1818 

Lamaism (dissertation on) 1815-1818 

lamp (bronze) 211; (iron) 141; (oU) 

1832, 1838 
Lan-t 'ing-hsii 814, 890, 1485 



land belonging to school in Hsi-an 

862 
landscape painting 1304 
Lao-tzu (picture) 1900 
Latin inscriptions 1147-1185, 1188- 

1236 
Leng-yen lao-hui (Hsiu-jriin szu) 1639 
Leng-yen sheng-hui (Hsiu-j^n szu) 

1586 
letters (Chao Meng-fu) 20; (Shen Yii) 

21; (Yen Chen-ch 'ing) 684, 737-738 
Lha-mo (portrait) 54 
Li-shan 1490 
Liao (portrait) 833 
"Liberating living creatures in a 

pond" 680 
Ling-yin szu, Hangchow (visit to) 26, 

748, 795, 843, 981, 1038, 1089, 

1823, 1911, 1926, 1965, 1972 
Ling-yiin kuan 1836 
liu-po (game) 166, 187 
Lohan (Five hundred) 1705, 1833 
lotus 199, 745; (painting) 910, 1292 
Lou-kuan (plan) 755; (visit to) 797, 

798 
Lii kung t 'ieh (Huai-su) 806 
Lii-tsu tien, Pai-yiin kuan 1964, 1971 
Lii Tung-pin (portrait) 751, 1096 
lunar mansions 528 
Lung-hua hui 1573, 1744 
Lung-men inscriptions (see Index of 

Proveniences) 
Lung-tung reservoir 1856 



Ma-ku altar 685, 1904 

magical characters (Taoist) 570, 
571 

Maitreya 335, 364, 375, 379, 382-384, 
473, 483, 496, 

Manchu inscriptions 1148, 1183, 
1256, 1432, 1433, 1437, 1460, 1461, 
1477, 1480, 1481, 1486, 1505, 1511, 
1523, 1534, 1539, 1557, 1569, 1571, 
1578, 1590, 1594, 1595, 1605, 1611, 
1614, 1617, 1628, 1631, 1634, 1635, 
1640, 1642, 1645, 1652, 1654, 1657, 
1669, 1671, 1681, 1688, 1692, 1696, 
1699, 1702, 1712-1714, 1720, 1745, 
1746, 1752, 1759, 1799, 1932, 1954 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



741 



mantras 51-53, 55, 57-63 

maps: China, 820, 821, 942; Ch'ing- 
hsiu szu, 878; Confucius Temple, 
Ch'u-fu, 1321; Confucius Temple, 
Hsi-an, 1554; Han Wen-kung tz 'u, 
33; Honan and Shensi, 943; Hsin- 
hsing-fang Ch 'ing-chen szu, 877; 
Hua-shan, 1060, 1499; Lou-kuan, 
755; (mosque), 1276; Sheng-huo 
szu, 935; Szu-ma Ch'ien Shrine, 
813; T'ai-pai shan, 1498, 1553; 
T'ai-shan, 32; Tibet, 1322; Wu- 
yiieh, 1106, 1467; Yen-t'a, 569 

market scene 203 

mask 146 

maxims: (Szu-ma Kuang) 1244; (Sun 
Neng-k 'uan) 1245; (Wang To) 1436 

meeting of graduate students 1037 

meeting of two scholars 980 

Mei-hua t 'ang 947 

memorial archway 1462; pillars 164; 
sarcophagus 627 

memorials (see commemorations) 

Mien-hua t 'u (Fang Kuan- 
ch 'eng) 1656 

Min Sun (portrait) 894 

ming 609 

Ming emperors (tribute to) 1839; 
tombs 1437, 1792 

miraculous tablet without characters 
1931 

mirrors 136-138, 296, 526-529, 830, 
1262 

Mohammedanism (see Islam) 

Mongolian inscriptions 860, 1432, 
1433, 1486, 1523, 1558, 1579, 1593, 
1606, 1613, 1641, 1643, 1646, 1652, 
1655, 1658, 1672, 1689, 1693, 1697, 
1700, 1703, 1713, 1714. 1721, 1745, 
1753, 1760, 1817 

mosques (donations, funds): 1828; 
Canton, 1710, 1758, 1864, 1882, 
1886-1888, 1907, 1910, 1919, 1921, 
1935, 1980, 1987; Fo-shan chen, 
1843, 1848, 1869, 1883, 1897; Hsi- 
an, 1277; K'ai-feng, 1647. 1648. 
1849. 1880. 1881. 1902. 1905. 1913. 
1952. 1975; T'ai-an fu. 1636 

mosques (history, establishment): 
1556; Canton. 1924; Fo-shan chen. 
1857. 1889. 1916; Fu-ch'eng, 118, 



1269, 1860; Hangchow, 1455; Hsi- 
an, 861, 875, 1022, 1023, 1124, 
1132, 1547. 1679. 1680. 1895. 1898, 
1899; K'ai-feng, 1968; Mou-kung 
hsien, 45; Peking. 976. 977, 1655, 
1656, 1829, 1977; T 'ai-an fu, 1119, 
1120 

mosques (maps): Hsi-an, 877, 1878, 
1033, 1276 

mosques (restorations): Canton, 1270, 
1834, 1835, 1885, 1949, 1976; 
Ch'ang-an, 1028; Fo-shan chen, 
1917, 1918; Fu-ch'eng, 1858; 
Hangchow. 972. 973; Hsi-an, 937, 
938, 1001, 1005, 1032, 1103; K'ai- 
feng, 1482, 1876, 1915, 1925, 1941, 
1979, 1982; Peking, 974, 975, 1109, 
1110; T'ai-an fu, 1268, 1912 

mountain trip 1494 

Mu-ai t 'ang 939 

Mu-wang 89, 240, 243, 245, 250 

musicians 88. 89. 92, 101 



Nan-kung Kua (portrait) 897 

Nan-shan (visit to) 31 

Nanking (visit to) 1502 

Nei-kuan-chien 1058 

Nestorian monument 694 

new characters (by empress Wu) 727 

Ni-shan yvian-t 'ieh 1439 

Nosatsu tomb 1246 

Nii-wa 167, 178, 244 



objects in Field Museum 66-69, 71-76, 
122-134, 137, 139-142, 211, 215- 
217, 255, 291, 296, 299, 300, 305, 
306, 308, 320, 330, 331, 346, 347, 
351-353, 356. 360, 376-378, 391, 
394, 400, 411, 430, 434, 438, 
478-482. 485-487. 489. 490. 492- 
497. 500-502. 505. 507-510. 513. 
516-518. 521. 523-528. 530-532. 
534-540. 570-572. 575. 576. 584, 
587, 607, 616, 619, 620, 623, 627- 
629, 634, 636, 639, 640, 650, 657, 
658, 674, 678, 682, 692, 696, 700, 
714-716, 719, 726. 741-744, 838- 



742 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



842, 867-869, 922, 945, 956, 997, 
998, 1014, 1059, 1060, 1098, 1116, 
1125, 1298, 1299, 1649, 1877, 1989, 
2000, 2008 
offering to Confucius 782 
officials (list of) 580 
officials of Wu-chiin (portraits) 1863 
officials wearing swords 165 
orchids (paintings) 1305-1309, 1445, 
1497, 1566, 1567, 1802, 1803, 1974 
order to dismount 1256, 1257 



Pa ch 'iao (bridge) 887 

Pa-li-k 'un (Barkoul) 1247 

Pai-ti ch 'eng (journey to) 30 

Pai-ti ch 'eng fu 30 

paintings and illustrations 35, 36, 
115, 752, 753, 913, 968, 1011, 1046, 
1075, 1099, 1113, 1114, 1237, 1254, 
1255, 1292, 1304-1311, 1445, 1452, 
1465, 1466, 1496, 1497, 1566, 1567, 
1656, 1745, 1802, 1803, 1868, 1890, 
1939, 1974 

palace 88 

P'an-shan (visit to) 991, 992, 1063 

Panchan Lama 1745, 1746, 1752, 
1753, 1815-1818 

pass (opening of) 1454 

Pei-lin 17, 1475, 1529, 1601; (Ust of 
inscriptions) 1600; (restoration of 
tablets) 848; (selected inscriptions) 
1602; (visit to) 887 

Persian inscriptions 38, 47, 1031, 1556 

personal inscriptions (t'i) 22-27, 96, 
297, 401, 581, 771, 779, 791, 795- 
797, 810, 825, 827, 981, 1038, 1089, 
1804, 1822, 1823, 1844, 1911, 1923, 
1926, 1972 

phoenix 119, 156, 168, 176, 186, 226 

pill of immortality 1093 

pillars 222, 234-237, 252, 293, 531, 
560, 563, 564, 566, 633, 674, 709, 
716, 728, 1248, 1597, 1811 

pine tree at Chieh-t'an szu 1651, 
1719, 1756 

pine trees (picture) 1046 

P 'ing Huai-hsi pei 1896 

P 'ing-tung shu-yiian 1936, 1937 

plank road 1447, 1451 



plate (bronze) 139, 2006 

plum blossoms (painting) 752, 753, 
1939; (poems) 752, 753, 1525 

po-na-pei 792 

poems: 1280, 1282, 1525, 1526, 1875; 
anon., 29-31, 661, 798; Chang 
Huan-tou, 1305; Chao Meng-fu, 
1468; Chao T 'ing-jui, 1024; Ch 'en 
Kuan-yii, 1286; Ch'en Tao-fu, 
1566; Ch 'en Te-cheng, 886; Cheng- 
Ch'eng-kung, 1284; Chia-ch'ing, 
1839; Ch'iao I, 828; Ch'ien-lung, 
1564, 1575, 1580, 1583, 1587, 1588, 
1604, 1607-1609, 1620-1624, 1629, 
1650, 1651, 1653, 1661-1665, 1668, 
1675-1677, 1682-1686, 1701-1704, 
1708, 1709, 1715, 1716, 1719, 1747, 
1749, 1756 1757, 1761, 1789-1792, 
1797, 1800, 1801, 1809, 1820, 1821, 
1824-1826, 1830, 1831; Chih-p'u, 
1516; Chu Chi-i, 1465; Fang Kuan- 
ch'eng, 1589; Ho Ch'ii-ang, 748; 
Hsieh Chou, 799; Hsii Chao-yeh, 
1451; Hsii Wei, 1567; I-shan, 752, 
753; K'ang Hai, 1002; K'ang-hsi, 
1459, 1507, 1515; Prince Kuo, 
1490-1492, 1494, 1495; Kuo Teng, 
950; Lang T 'ing-huai, 1524; Li Liu- 
fang, 1803; Li Tung-yang, 1934; Lu 
Hua, 1283; Lu Te-5aian, Huang 
T'ing, 885; Meng Tsuan-tsu, 1290; 
on Li Ching, 1520; on Pa River 
bridge, 887; on Pei-lin, 888; on Wei 
River, 889; P'eng Yii-lin, 1939; 
Shih Jun-chang, 1279; Su Shih, 
1287, 1667; Shuai Nien-tsu, 1577, 
1582; Tang Ch 'ung-ya, 1447; T 'ang 
Yin, 1308; T'ao Ku a.o., 772; T'o- 
t'o-mu-erh Sung-hsien, 864; Ts'ai 
Shu-yiian, 1285; Tu Fu, 884; Tung 
Ch'i-ch'ang, 1502; various, 964; 
Wang, 797; Wang Hsiian, 992; 
Wang Tzu-ying, 1463; Wu T'ing- 
kuei, 1311; Yang Ping-chieh, 991; 
Yin Chou-kao, 1281; Yung-cheng, 
1540 

pomegranate (poem) 1524 

portraits: Amitabha, 1048, Bodhid- 
harma, 855, 1072, 1315-1319; Bud- 
dha, 367, 545; Candi, 905; Chang 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



748 



Hsien, 908; Chung Li-ch'iian, Lii 
Tung-pin, 751; Confucius, 1047, 
1139, 1320, 1552, 1852; Confucius 
disciples, 894-902; Confucius, Yen 
Hui, 845; Fenollosa, 1991; Lady 
Hsieh T'ao, 1986; Kuan-yin, 903, 
904, 914, 936, 1070, 1123, 
1312-1314, 1449, 1463. 1517, 1874; 
K 'ou Chun, 995; Kuan Yii, 34, 909, 
988. 1071, 1435, 1513, 1531; K'uei- 
hsing, 1121, 1906; Lao-tzu, 1900; 
Lha-mo, 54; Liao, 833; Lohans, 
1833; Lu Tung-pin. 1096; officials, 
1863; San-hsing, 906, 907; Shou- 
hsing, 750; Su Shih, 1878, 1891; 
T'ai-yang, 911; (Tang) T'ai-tsung, 
1131; Tung Chung-shu, 912; Wen- 
ch 'ang ti-chiin, 1122; Yii-huang, 
227, 356; Yiieh Fei, 1638 
pottery 66-68, 70-76, 128-131, 133, 
215, 320, 487, 539, 540, 696, 869, 

1261 
prabhutaratna stupa 662 
Prajftaparamita-hrdaya-siitra 548, 

559, 776 (preface), 855, 872, 1091 
prayer for the emperor 858 
prayer (Lamaist) 50 
precept (Buddhist) 1065 
procession 243-245 
property regulations (Yiian-shuai-yeh 

miao) 1845 
P'u-kuang lao-hui (Hsiu-yiin 

szu) 1945 
P 'u-t 'o shan 1509; (visit to) 1927 
Pu-tzu ch 'i-wen 1105 
purchase of land 221 

rain (poem) 1708; (prayers for) 1064, 
1570, 1629. 1709, 1814, 1821, 1830, 
1831; (thanks for) 1826 
Red Bird 119, 161, 171-175 
Red Miao (submission of) 1255 
request for imperial calligraphy 680 
road to Hsiu-yiin szu 1572 
road (Wu-Iing) 1258 

Sacred Mountains (wu-yiieh) 1467; 

(pictographs of) 1106 
sacrificial offerings to Confucius 275, 

277, 916, 979. 1581, 1669 



sacrificial tablets to Confucius and 

disciples 1554 
salt production 202 
bSam-yas 1615 
Samantabhadra 998 
San-hsing t 'u (happiness, emolument, 

long life) 906. 907 
San-yiian ta-pei sheng-hui (Buddhist 

assn.) 1626 
Sandalwood Buddha (chan-t 'an fo) 

1069, 1086, 1532, 1640, 1641 
Sanskrit inscriptions 26. 57. 565, 923 
sarcophagus 627 
ianra stupa 511, 1055, 1056, 1100, 

1127, 1129 
Sarvatathagatosnfsa-vijaya-nama- 

dharani-kalpasahita 632 
school at Confucius Temple, Hsi-an 

823; (Mohammedan) 1928, 1929; 

(prefectural school) 829, 835-837, 

862; (Yiin-chou) 802. 803 
school regulations (Confucius Temple) 

788 
schools 1470; (Shensi) 879 
scrap paper 1260 
seal script (chuan-shu) 765 
seals 15. 66-68. 129. 134, 305, 306, 

530, 740, 741, 838-842, 848. 1526, 

1998. 2007. 2009 
seated persons 183. 184 
sexagenary cycle (animals of) 715, 719 
Shala 1146-1184 
Shan-i t 'ang (K 'ai-feng) 1968 
Shemg-shan pond (visit to) 844 
Shen Ch 'eng (portrait) 895 
Shen-nung 182 
Sheng-chi Hall 1564 
Sheng-chiao hsii 871. 1140 
Sheng-mu t 'ieh (Huai-su) 800 
Shensi (eight scenes of) 1311. 1465 
Shih Chih-ch 'ang (portrait) 902 
Shih-ku wen yin-hsun (P 'an Ti) 1808 
Shih-men shui-k 'u (reservoir) 1993 
Shih-pao ch 'eng (recapture of) 674 
short inscriptions (consisting of a few 

characters only) 16, 17. 85, 94, 

141, 142, 746, 747, 789, 815, 844, 

893, 934. 939. 990. 993, 994, 996, 

1015, 1016, 1077-1083, 1143, 

1300-1302, 1444, 1448, 1488, 1489, 



744 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



1493, 1562, 1563, 1660, 1906, 

1914, 1932, 1940, 1992 
shou (100 examples of the character) 

1827 
shou-chi (Cheng Ch'eng-kung) 1284; 

(Shen Pao-chen) 1930; (Wen T 'ien- 

hsiang) 1243 
shrine hall (illustration) 229 
Shrine of Seven Sages of the Bamboo 

Grove 824 
Shu-p 'u (Sun Kuo-t 'ing) 1298, 1299 
Shui-ching t 'ang 1444 
Shuo-wen radicals 773 
Sinkiang (pacification of) 1749 
song on leisure 1054 
song on ts 'ao-shu 1053 
spring sacrifices (Confucius Temple) 

787 
stone classics 701, 702, 801, 1068, 

1238, 1793, 1847; drums, 1, 77, 

1240, 1241, 1806-1808; inscrip- 
tions to be made of sutras, 660; 

tablets (pavilion for), 1090 
stove (iron) 142; (pottery) 128 
strategy (treatise on) 475 
students (imperial instructions to) 

1503 
stupa (erection of) 589; inscription, 

454 
Su-shu (Huang Shih-kung) 475 
Su Tung-p 'o (portrait) 1878, 1891 
Suan-tsao 1249 
sun spirit 911 

sutra 337, 491, 506, 558, 716, 904, 905 
swastika 1895 
"Sweet Spring" (in summer resort of 

T 'ang T 'ai-tsung) 1294 
sword 185; (bronze) 135, 291 
synagogue 969, 986, 1462, 1464 
Syriac 694 
Szu-cheng t 'ang 826 
Szu-ma Ch 'ien shrine (plan) 813 
Szu-she-chien 1025 



Ta-chiching 506 

Ta-hsiieh 1469 

Ta Ming i-t 'ung chih 942, 944 

Ta-pei-sheng-hui 1598, 1884 

Ta-ya chi 582 



tables 1146, 1186, 1187 

tablet (bronze) 1060, 1099 

Tablet of Yii (Yii-pei) 19, 100, 818, 

1450 
Taga (Japan) 681 
T 'ai-pai shan 1495, 1500; (plan) 1498, 

1553 
T 'ai-shan (fragmentary inscription) 

82; (map) 32; (visit to) 774 
T 'ai-shang kan-ying chen-ching 1267 
T 'ai-shang kan-ying p 'ien 1471 
T 'ai-tsung (T 'ang) (portrait) 1131 
Tang-mo t 'ien-ts 'un (portrait) 1027 
T 'ang verse 1441 
Tantric ceremonies 1586 
Tao-te-ching 574, 659, 852, 1900 
t'ao-t'ieh 116, 118, 163, 171-174 
Taoist masters 1958; pope 2007 
tax exemption 860, 1528 
temples (history, establishment): 
1990; Cheng-fa szu, 1457, 1458; 
Chia-fu szu, 1084; Ch'ien-fu szu, 
675; Chieh-t 'an szu, 1973; Chung- 
nan shan kung, 786; Confucius 
Temple, Ta-li, 731; Fa-hua szu, 
656; Fa-yiian szu, 1759, 1760; Hou- 
shen szu, 573; Hsii-mi-fu-shou 
miao, 1746; Hua-shan miao, 272, 
273, 760; Hua-yiieh miao, 363; 
Huang Shih-kung tz'u (shrine), 
687, 688; Huang szu, 1432, 1433, 
1752, 1753; Kuan-ti miao, 1073, 
1549; Ling-kuan, 985; Miao-ying 
szu, 1789; Pai-yvin kuan, 1798, 
1799, 1955, 1956, 1961; Pi-yiin szu, 
1591-1595; P 'u-chao szu, 940; P 'u- 
chiieh szu, 1797; P'u-jen szu, 
1522, 1523; P'u-lo szu, 1670- 
1673; P'u-ning szu, 1612-1615; 
P'u-t'o-la szu, 1687-1690; San- 
ch 'ing kuan, 826b; Shan-kuo szu, 
955, 1142; Shao-lin szu, 645; 
Sheng-kuo szu, 934-935; Ta-chueh 
szu, 873, 921, 923; Ta-yiin szu, 
724; Teng-tz'u szu, 471; T'ien- 
ch'eng szu, 1065; Ts'ang Chieh 
miao, 267, 268; Tsung-sheng miao, 
585; Tz'u-yun szu, 1434; Wan- 
shou ch'an-szu, 1037; Wan-shou 
szu, 958, 960, 1477; Wan-sung szu. 



TCHEN ET AL.: CHINESE RUBBINGS 



745 



1519; Wu-t'a szu, 946; Yen shih 
chia-miao, 691; Yen-shou an, 1922; 
Yung-ho kung, 1578, 1579; Yii 
shih t'ai, 654, 655 

temples (restoration): Cheng-chiieh 
szu, 1645, 1646; Ch'ing-feng szu, 
1456; Confucius T., Chi-ning, 933; 
Confucius T., Ch'ii-fu, 309, 520, 
689, 721; Confucius T., Hsi-an, 
758. 775, 848, 865, 866; Confucius 
T., Kuo-tzu-chien, 1571, 1681; Fa- 
tsang szu, 967; Hsi-chu szu, 971; 
Hsiu-yiin szu, 1945; Hsiian-miao 
kuan, 854; Huang szu. 1486. 1652; 
Hung-jen szu. 1640-1643; Kuang- 
hui szu, 1040. 1041; Li Ching an, 
1136. 1137, 1138; Ling-kuan miao. 
874; Lou-kuan. 851; Lii kung tz 'u. 
1035. 1107, 1108; Lung-wang 
miao. 966, 1466, 1538; Miao-ying 
szu, 1480, 1481. 1557. 1605. 1606; 
Pai-lin szu, 1627, 1628; Pai-yiin 
kuan, 1957. 1959. 1964. 1971; 
P 'ing-wang miao, 793; P 'u-chao 
szu, 970; P'u-chiieh szu, 1548; 
Rain God, 579; San-sheng miao. 
1050; Shan-kuo szu, 961-963, 
982, 983, 1473. 1474, 1610; Sheng- 
kuo szu, 928; Shu hsien-chu miao, 
831; Ta-chueh szu, 932, 957 
1584; T'ai-ch'ing, 1111; T'ai- 
hsueh, 930; T'ang tz'u. 1131; 
Teng Ai shrine (Teng t'ai-wei 
tz 'u). 329; T 'ien-ch 'eng szu, 
1127-1130, 1908, 1909; Tz'u-yu 
kung. 1263; Wan-shou szu. 927. 
1052; Wan-sung szu. 1750; Yun- 
chaoszu. 1100, 1870 

Tibet (map) 1322 

Tibetan inscriptions 50-65. 946, 1086. 
1257, 1264, 1265, 1558. 1579, 1591, 
1606, 1612, 1618, 1632, 1641, 1643. 
1646, 1649, 1658. 1673, 1690, 1694. 
1698. 1700, 1713, 1714, 1721. 1745, 
1753, 1760. 1818. App. I 180306- 
180308 

T'ien-hsien 1625, 1951 

T 'ien-ma fu (Meng Tsuan-tsu) 1290 

T'ien-tsun 376, 513, 584, 619, 620. 
628, 640, 650, 700 



tiger 88, 116, 119, 135, 144, 145, 147, 
163, 294 

tiles, bricks {chuan): 116-118, 153, 
158, 181, 217, 475; roof, 79-81, 
119-126, 214; tomb. 127. 149, 151, 
152. 154-157, 159-163, 189-192, 
193-207, 212, 216, 218, 220, 
223-225, 228, 230, 264, 282, 304, 
315, 316, 319, 321-328, 332, 349, 
354, 476, 477, 734 

tomb (Muhammad. . .al-Karawi) 849; 
(Kadi Imam ad-Din Buhari) 850 

tomb door 171-174. 179. 183. 253, 254; 
illustrations, 116, 118; inscrip- 
tions, 570, 571, 1010. See also 
epitaphs 

tomb relief 88, 145-147, 168. 
170, 175-178. 180, 182, 184 

tombs of Li family 777 

Torguts (return of the) 1691-1698 

tortoise (stone) 1989 

traveling instructions 1948 

tray (pottery) 132 

trees (protection of) 1478 

tripitaka 931, 1094; (preface) 599, 601, 
618, 624, 769; (reprinting of) 732, 
733 

tripod (bronze) 255, 256. 745; (pottery) 
75 

Tsa-lu Chin T 'ang Wu-tai Sung Yiian 
fa-shu 1764-1788 

Tsai Yii (portrait) 896 

Ts 'an-ch 'ih-k 'ou (removal of Catholic 
church from) 1954, 1967 

Ts 'ang-chen t 'ieh (Huai-su) 806 

Ts'angChieh 182 

ts 'ang-k 'ou (game) 184 

ts 'ao-shu (writing) 1053 

Tseng Ts'an (portrait) 1320 

Tsun-sheng ching 717 

Tu kung-pu tz 'u (Tu Fu shrine, visit 
to) 964 

tui-lien (parallel couplets) 1303, 1514, 
1559, 1811 

Ituh-biags (ritual) 50 

T 'ung-chi canal 948, 949 

Tung Chung-shu (portrait) 912 

Tung-wang-kung 136, 244, 247 

Turkestan (pacification of) 1635, 1867 

Turkish inscriptions 1257, 1655. 1704 



746 



FIELDIANA: ANTHROPOLOGY 



turtle (mythical) 1906 
te'u(SuShih) 1287 

Udayana 358, 1086 

Vajracchedika-prajfiaparamita-sutra 
857, 1102, 1990 

Vajrasana-stupa (Pi-yiin szu) 1591- 
1593 

vase (bronze) 742, 743 

vases of flowers (painting) 1868 

Vatican 1953 

view (from temple) 1143 

VipaSyin 348 

virtuous woman 1853 

votives 5-13, 83, 299-301, 303, 308, 
330, 331, 333-336, 339-347, 
350-353, 355-362, 364-373, 
375-400, 402-406, 409-416, 420, 
422-429, 432-453, 458, 460-464, 
466, 467, 469, 470, 472-474, 
478-490, 492-505, 507-513, 
515-518, 521, 531-535, 537-544, 
572, 584, 587, 593-598, 602, 603, 
605-607, 610-616, 619-622, 626, 
628, 629, 631, 634-636, 639, 640, 
642, 646, 647, 650, 652, 657, 658, 
671, 673, 678, 696, 700, 717, 722, 
723, 726-729, 856, 867, 868, 956, 
958b, 997, 1014, 1059, 1060, 1098, 
1116 



Wan-nien kung 600 

Wang-ch'uan t'u 1011, 1099, 1113, 

1114, 1875 
Wei Chen (funeral ode to) 989 
Wei river 889 
weight (bronze) 623 
well at Shan-kan ch 'an-yiian 794 
Wen-ch 'ang ti-chiin yin-chih wen 1 267 



Wen-fu (Rhymeprose on Literature) 
1855 

Wen-Ian ko (Hangchow) 1932 

West China (visit to) 950 

winged figures 187, 190 

winter activities (illustrations) 968 

woodblock 2, 28, 569, 942, 943, 944, 
1278, 1321?, 1322, 1868 

worship ceremonies 1699-1704; regu- 
lations (Hsii-mi-fu-shou miao) 
1720, 1721 

Wu-chiin (officials of) 1863 

Wu-fu wu-tai t 'ang 1763 

Wu Liang tz 'u 234-252, 1796, 1812, 
1813, 1944 

Wu-lingroad 1258 

Wu-tu chiin 281 

Wusung river (redredging of) 1850 



Yangtse river 1317, 1319 

Yen Hui (portrait) 845, 894 

Yen-t 'a (map) 569; school 568 

Yen-tzu (essay on) 1550 

Yen Yen (portrait) 896 

Yin-fu ching 764, 766, 1900 

yu (vessel) 69 

Yu-shih ch 'iao (Ta-chiieh szu) 1765 

Yu (emperor) 863, 1026. See also 

Tablet of Yu 
Yu chi t 'u 821 
Yii-huang 356 

Yu-ma-chien 989, 1010, 1013 
Yu player 228 

Yii-shih t 'ai (court of censors) 654 
Yueh Fei (portrait) 1638 
Yiin-kang inscription 367 
Yung-ming hai-teng sheng-hui (Hsiu- 

yiin szu) 1838, 1928 



zodiac 523 




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